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PD forum to uncover necessary steps for Greece to reverse ‘negative image’




In what ways can Greece reverse their ‘negative image’ from the public? This question is set to be answered in a public forum, organised by the General Secretariat for Public Diplomacy of the Greek Foreign Ministry.

The forum, titled “Turning the Tide: How to reverse a negative image – The case of Greece”, plans to provide a platform for a vibrant exchange of views and best practices on Public Diplomacy affairs.

The first round of the PD Talks discussion focuses on how to better manage and promote the country’s national image, a priority of the General Secretariat for Public Diplomacy, which gains an additional interest in the post-pandemic era, taking into account the positive momentum reflected in international reports on Greece.

The forum will be hosted by internationally renowned Professors Nicholas J. Cull (University of Southern California) and Stathis Kalyvas (University of Oxford), airing live on June 18th, 2020 at 19:30 (Athens local time).

Welcome speeches by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Diaspora Greeks, Konstantinos Vlasis and Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, Religious and Consular Affairs, Constantinos Alexandris. Renee Maltezou, Reuters political and general news correspondent, will moderate the discussion.

Registration is free and can be accessed HERE.

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