London, UK

28 October 2017

Reload Greece Annual Conference, 2017

SEESOX in cooperation with Reload Greece, LSE and London Business School co-organised the conference ‘The Unstoppable Generation: Hacking Entrepreneurship into a Culture’ on 28 October 2017 in London. The conference explored and debated how a mindset of entrepreneurism can be hacked into a culture to create long term and sustainable change. The panels included distinguished international speakers from The World Bank, European Investment Bank, European Investment Fund and Bloomberg Associates and inspiring entrepreneurs such as Philipp Brinkmann from Tripsta and Aimilios Chalamandaris who recently sold his company Innoetics to Samsung.

​In association with Reload Greece

Berlin, Germany

14 - 15 October 2017

New Greek emigration

Adopting an interdisciplinary perspective, the conference explored a multiplicity of aspects surrounding the new Greek emigration and catalyzed the discussion and interaction between the academic community, related associations and governmental institutions, and the migrants themselves.

In association with the Center for Modern Greece at the Freie Universität Berlin (FU Berlin), the Association of the Greek Scientist of Berlin and Brandenburg.

London, UK

24 September 2016

Reload Greece Annual Conference, 2016

On September 24, 2016 SEESOX co-sponsored with Reload Greece and the London Business School a conference, entitled ‘Enterprising Diasporas: From Brain Drain to Brain Gain’. The Conference was both highly productive in its substance and, relatedly, an example for SEESOX’s Greek Diaspora Project mode of action

A report on the conference here.

The program can be found here.

In association with Reload Greece

Exploring intra-EU mobilities at times of Crisis

On Tuesday 20 June 2017, as part of its activities for the Greek Diaspora Project, SEESOX hosted the workshop ‘Exploring intra-EU mobilities at times of Crisis’. The workshop, an outcome of the EU-funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie project EUMIGRE, helped contextualise the recent surge of emigration from Greece within the broader map of European migrations at times of crisis.