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Angie Harmon Speaks Out on Ending Child Trafficking

Greek-American actress Angie Harmon has always played a role in law enforcement on screen, whether as an assistant DA in "Law & Order" or in her current role as a detective on "Rizzoli & Isles", but she is also...

Great Numbers of Greek Children Go Unvaccinated

A recent survey conducted by the Greek chapter of Medecins du Monde (MdM) reveals that, in the years since the economic crisis began, the number of unvaccinated children in Greece has been steadily on the rise. The increase is attributed...

90 Greek Genius Students Plan the Country's Future

Education in Greece is often problematic but there are times that it helps highlight important examples of innovation and hope. The example of 90 children from across the country gathering in Anatolia College in Thessaloniki shows that there is still hope despite...

Greece’s Austerity Orphans on The New York Times

The New York Times has published a slideshow on its website about the abandonment of children in Greece entitled “Greece’s Austerity Orphans”

Bulgarian Children Sold to Greeks

As published on bTV, many Bulgarian children are being sold to Greek couples. It seems that there is a well-organised network that also include Bulgarian custom officers and Greek citizens. They often accommodate pregnant Bulgarian Roma women in order to...

Helen Slater’s Myths of Ancient Greece

The talented actor, singer and songwriter Helen Slater is releasing an educational album for children, entitled Myths of Ancient Greece.As top40-charts.com reports, Helen Slater created this project in order to make it easier for young children to understand Greek...

Controversial Ad for New Democracy Party Stirs Reaction

The Greek repeat elections of June 17th may become the country's most crucial in the past 30 years. The two leading parties, according to the polls, are New Democracy and SYRIZA. The two are polar opposites; the former supports...

Children's Art Museum in Athens Wants To Motivate Kids To Explore Language

The Museum of Greek Children's Art in Athens, in a bid to attract children to the Museum, organized educational programs addressing Pre-School and Primary School pupils, as well as for children with special needs, which will take place May 5-6. The...

BBC: Greek Parents Too Poor to Care for Their Children

According to a BBC World Service report, more Greek parents are giving up their kids because they can no longer afford to feed themselves, much less their children. In the story published today, the BBC recounts the story of a four-year-old...