Catch up on every part of Eleni Elefterias’ ‘Insight or Perspective’ column

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Have you been tuning in to Eleni Elefterias’ weekly column? Every week, Modern Greek and University lecturer Eleni analysis the beauty of the Greek language and why it is being lost so quickly in Australia.

From providing Greek school and teaching advice, to looking at the shifting migrant landscape in Australia, Eleni’s multi-part column is a must-read.

Read every part by clicking on the links below:

PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4

PART 5

PART 6

PART 7

PART 8

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