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GPSG International Workshop on Political Violence, Terrorism and Extremism in Europe and Greece

Canada Water Library, London, 20 June 2014

GPSG Workshop – Online Resources

 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

The Economic Adjustment Programmes and their Alternatives – Exploring the Role of Ideas, Discourse and Reform Technology in the Era of Austerity

Brussels, Friday, 2 May 2014

Organised in collaboration with the Institute for European Studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

                  

 

 

GPSG Panels at the 64th Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association
Manchester, 14-16 April 2014

GPSG Panels and Papers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


63rd Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association, Cardiff, 25-27 March 2013

GPSG Panels and Papers

GPSG Publications Officer Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos presenting his paper on "stereotypes, prejudices and emotions on media representation of the EU financial crisis"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GPSG Panel Convenor Dr Dimitris Tsarouhas presenting his paper on "Political Diffusion at Critical Junctures: Comparing Political Economy Trajectories in Greece and Turkey"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Aris Trantidis (King's College, London) presenting his paper on "Mitsotakis' reform agenda and the ascendancy of informal veto-players"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prof. Emmanuel Heretakis (University of Athens) presenting his paper on "The mass media, fair play and other obsessions"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


‘Immigrants in Europe: between the Eurozone Crisis and the Arab Spring’: Joing Conference of the German Politics, the Comparative European Politics, the Italian Politics and the Greek Politics Specialist Group.

London, 9 November 2012. Supported by the Political Studies Association’s Specialist Activities Fund.

Conference programme

Conference Organiser Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt (Brunel University) and GSPG participant Alexandra Bousiou (University of Athens)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Andrew Burridge (Durham University) presented a paper on "Frontex in Greece: Immigration Control at the External Boundaries of the EU"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


GPSG Panels at the 62nd Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association, Belfast, 3-5 April 2012

(L-R) Dr Takis Pappas, Eleni Christodoulou, Dr Lena Karamanidou, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Anastasia Kafe, Dr Vassiliki Georgiadou

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(L-R) Dr Lena Karamanidou, Katia Andronikidou, Dr John Karamichas, Dr Sofia Vasilopoulou, Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panel 1 - Anastasia Kafe (Panteion) presents a paper on “The radical right parties under the economic crisis: The Greek case”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panel 1 - (L-R) Eleni Christodoulou (Birmingham), Dr Lena Karamanidou (City), Dr Andrew Liaropoulos (Chair - Piraeus)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panel 1: "A Nation in Crisis: National Identity, Radical Right and Immigration in Greece"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panel 2: Katia Andronikidou (Queen’s University Belfast) presents her paper entitled “Cultures of Protest in Greece”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


GPSG International Conference: ‘The Politics of Extreme Austerity’: Greece Beyond the Crisis
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 8-9 December 2011

The first day of the conference took place at Strathclyde University’s magnificent Court Room

 

Panel  1 of the GPSG conference – “The Political Economy of the Crisis”

 

Prof. Tony McGrew, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Strathclyde, introduces Prof. Richard Rose who delivered the keynote speech of the GPSG conference

 

Prof. Richard Rose, Director of the Centre for the Study of Public Policy, delivers the Keynote Speech of the GPSG conference

 

GPSG Conference delegates network during the coffee break

 

Panel 2 of the GPSG conference – “The System under Pressure: Party Politics and Populism” (left-to-right: Dr. Georgios Karyotis, Dr. Wolfgang Rudig, Dr. Theofanis Exadaktylos)

 

Panel 2 – “The System under Pressure: Party Politics and Populism” (left-to-right: Dr. Dimitris Tsarouhas, Dr. Roman Gerodimos, Katerina Labrinou and Yannis Balampanidis)

 

Panel 3 of the GPSG Conference – “Protest and Civic Culture”

 

Day 1 of the GPSG international conference at the Collins Building, University of Strathclyde. The conference went ahead despite the unprecedented weather conditions which shut parts of Scotland, including most of Glasgow’s public buildings.

 

Day 2 of the GPSG international conference at the Colville Building, University of Strathclyde

 

Dr. Stella Ladi (Panteion University) presents her paper during Panel 5 – “Public Policy and Public Administration Reforms”

 

The Keynote Roundtable “Question Time” brought together leading scholars and policy practitioners to discuss the latest developments both in Greece and in Europe

 

Keynote Roundtable moderator and GPSG founder, Dr. Roman Gerodimos; Prof. Antigone Lyberaki, Panteion University of Athens; Dr. Andrew Watt, European Trade Union Institute

 

Dr. Andrew Watt (European Trade Union Institute), Prof. Richard Rose (University of Strathclyde) and Dr. Dimitris Tsarouhas (Bilkent University) take part in the Keynote Roundtable of the conference

 

Neil Mitchison (Head of the European Commission’s Office in Scotland) and Dr. Dimitris Papadimitriou (University of Manchester) take part in the Keynote Roundtable of the conference

 

Delegates attend Day 2 of the GPSG conference at Strathclyde University

 

 


 

GPSG Panels at the 61st Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association, London, 19-21 April 2011

GPSG Convenor Dr Roman Gerodimos and Panel Convenor Dr Dimitris Tsarouhas
GPSG Convenor Dr Roman Gerodimos and Panel Convenor Dr Dimitris Tsarouhas

Prof. Nicolas Demertzis presenting his paper at the panel on Politics, Emotions and the Crisis
Prof. Nicolas Demertzis presenting his paper at the panel on “Politics, Emotions and the Crisis (1)”

Prof. Barry Richards presenting his paper at the panel on Politics, Emotions and the Crisis
Prof. Barry Richards presenting his paper at the panel on “Politics, Emotions and the Crisis (1)”

Prof. Nicolas Demertzis, Eleni Christodoulou, Paschalis Aganidis, Dr Roman Gerodimos
(left to right) Prof. Nicolas Demertzis, Eleni Christodoulou, Paschalis Aganidis, Dr Roman Gerodimos

Dora Giannaki presenting her paper at the panel on Youth Policy in Europe and Greece
Dora Giannaki presenting her paper at the panel on “Youth Policy in Europe and Greece”

Dr Ioannis Andreadis presenting his paper at the Greece Beyond the Crisis Panel
Dr Ioannis Andreadis presenting his paper at the “Greece Beyond the Crisis” Panel

Theologia Iliadou presenting her paper at the Greece Beyond the Crisis Panel
Theologia Iliadou presenting her paper at the “Greece Beyond the Crisis” Panel

Dr Georgios Karyotis presenting his paper at the Greece Beyond the Crisis Panel
Dr Georgios Karyotis presenting his paper at the “Greece Beyond the Crisis” Panel

Giorgos Katsampekis and Prof. Barry Richards at the panel on Politics, Emotions and the Crisis 2
Giorgos Katsampekis and Prof. Barry Richards at the panel on “Politics, Emotions and the Crisis 2”

Dr Dimitris Tsarouhas chairing and Dr Sappho Xenakis presenting at the panel on Politics, Emotions and the Crisis 2
Dr Dimitris Tsarouhas chairing and Dr Sappho Xenakis presenting at the panel on “Politics, Emotions and the Crisis 2”

Dr Chrisanthos Tassis presenting his paper at the panel on The Transformation of Greek Political Parties
Dr Chrisanthos Tassis presenting his paper at the panel on “The Transformation of Greek Political Parties”

Pavlos Vasilopoulos presenting his paper at the panel on The Transformation of Greek Political Parties
Pavlos Vasilopoulos presenting his paper at the panel on “The Transformation of Greek Political Parties”

 


 

International Conference: “Images of Nations: Strategic Communication, Soft Power and the Media”
4-5 February 2009, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Athens, Greece

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Greek Foreign Minister Mrs. Dora Bakoyiannis, with GPSG Convenor Roman Gerodimos and Prof. Philip Taylor

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Greek Foreign Minister Mrs. Dora Bakoyiannis addresses the GPSG conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Greek Foreign Minister Mrs. Dora Bakoyiannis addresses the GPSG conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Prof. Philip Taylor (University of Leeds) delivers the first keynote speech of the conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
The GPSG conference took place at the Kranidiotis Hall of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
The GPSG conference brought together international academics, government officials, communication practitioners, journalists and students.

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Prof. Philip Taylor (University of Leeds) delivers the first keynote speech of the conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
The GPSG conference brought together leading academics, government officials, communication practitioners, journalists and researchers.

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
The conference support team led by Ms. Irini Polidorou (second from right)
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The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Panel 2 examined the images of nations in the news

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Prof. Thimios Zaharopoulos presents his paper during the second panel of the conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Prof. Keith Dinnie (Temple University, Japan) delivers the second keynote speech of the conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Panel 4 examined strategic communication approaches ranging from public diplomacy to nation branding

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Greek Minister for the Media Mr. Konstantinos Gkioulekas addresses the GPSG conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Greek Minister for the Media Mr. Konstantinos Gkioulekas addresses the GPSG conference

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Greek Minister for the Media Mr. Konstantinos Gkioulekas and GPSG Convenor Roman Gerodimos

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mr. George Koumoutsakos delivers his speech during Panel 5

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Mr. George Koumoutsakos and Counsellor for Public Affairs at the US Embassy in Athens Mr. Thomas Miller

The Organising Committee and the Keynote Speakers (left to right: Roman Gerodimos, Achilleas Ioakimides, Dr Andrew Liaropoulos, Dr Athanassios Samaras, Prof Keith Dinnie, Prof Philip Taylor)
Panel 5 examined the formulation of strategic communications at the institutional level

Photos: Ilias Kotsireas

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