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On Sunday 24th October the Iranian state radio announced that new restrictions were imposed upon 12 social sciences that are considered to be based on Western intellectual currents and therefore incompatible with Islamic teachings. The list includes law, philosophy, management, psychology, political science and the two disciplines that appear to trouble more the leadership of […]

Posted by Hara Kouki

Schools and education systems in 21st century Europe are facing a threefold challenge. First, member states have responded rather differently to calls for a European educational dimension. Some, including Germany, have explicitly revised their curricula to address European issues whereas others have either continued to emphasise national values and identities, such as Greece, or have […]

Posted by Daniel Faas

We are well into the 3rd day of the 2008 Halki International Seminars, which are organized by the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) since 1990. After two years interruption the seminar is once again taking place on the small and picturesque island of Halki, (close to Rhodes) in the Aegean Sea. This […]

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