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Delphi Economic Forum continues with ways to improve cooperation between homeland and diaspora




The Delphi Economic Forum continues with a webinar on June 18 discussing how Australia is making efforts to enhance cooperation between the homeland and diaspora.

Bill Papastergiadis, one of Australia’s most prominent lawyers, will be speaking at the Forum tomorrow, as he has, among other things, been instrumental in the development of economic and investment relations between Australia and Greece.

The discussion will be held in English and feature panellists:

  • George Prevelakis, Professor emeritus, Sorbonne University (Paris 1), Permanent Representative of Greece at the OECD
  • Bill Papastergiadis, Managing Partner, Moray & Agnew Lawyers, Australia
  • Endy Zemenides, Executive Director, Hellenic-American Leadership Council, USA
  • Moderator: Antonis Papayannides, Managing Director, Economia Publishing, Greece

The forum brings together over 500 speakers, including political figures, academics, entrepreneurs, and internationally renowned scientists from 35 countries, for four days to share and exchange views, knowledge, innovative ideas, and their vision for the future and developments in Greek, European and global level, in 80 thematic units.

Postponed from March to June due to coronavirus, the theme of this year’s conference, is “Action with Vision”. The program includes lectures, discussions and events that will be developed in 5 thematic pillars, which include individual sections with specialised discussions:

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