Alumni Association News Issue 13, January 2010
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Civil Society Days of the 3rd Global Forum on Migration and Development
Seven hundred million people, as many as the entire population of Africa, would leave their home countries and settle in one of the countries of the West - USA being the most desirable destination...
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Civil Society Days of the 3rd Global Forum on Migration and Development
New Onassis International Prize HESTIA In Immigrant Integration and Human Development
The highlight of the closing session of Civil Society Days was the awarding of the "Hestia" Onassis International Prize in Immigrant Integration and Human Development to humanitarian medical NGO Medecins du Monde for their "Open Polyclinic" initiative...
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New Onassis International Prize HESTIA In Immigrant Integration and Human Development
The origons of EL GRECO: Icon painting in Venetian Crete
The Onassis Cultural Center presents till February 27, 2010 an extraordinary group of 15th and 16th century paintings, including early works by El Greco...
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The origons of EL GRECO: Icon painting in Venetian Crete
Perpetual Transitions by Kalliopi Lemos
The sculptural work of Kalliopi Lemos includes large-scale steel sculptures and installations. Since 2006 she has been engaged in an art project that involves three ambitious sculptural installations in three different countries, each consisting of an imposing installation of boats...
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Perpetual Transitions by Kalliopi Lemos
Dr. Brendan Foley / Ancient Greek Shipwrecks in the depths of the Mediterranean Sea
Lecture by Dr. Brendan Foley
Ancient shipwrecks are mysterious, remote, other-worldly; they captivate our imagination. Most people believe that shipwrecks are rare. Actually they are nearly as commonplace as car accidents, but there are no tow trucks to clear away debris on the sea floor...

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Dr. Brendan Foley / Ancient Greek Shipwrecks in the depths of the Mediterranean Sea
Updated: January 2010
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