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Austerity and the impact on women: the case study of Greece – a Seminar on the 19th of June in St.Antony’s

The forgotten impact of austerity

Androulla Kaminara

On the 19th of June I have the pleasure of convening and chairing a seminar on austerity and the gender implications on women. This seminar will look particularly on the impact on women in Greece. Two very prominent experts on this will be presenting their views – Dr Maria Stratigaki and Dr Maria Karamessini.

The event is co-organised by the European Studies Centre and the South East Europe Studies of St. Antony’s College and It will take place on the 19th of June at 17:00 – in the Seminar Room, European Studies Centre, 70 Woodstock Road, Oxford.

Attached is the poster for the event and below is a brief cv of the participants.

 

SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES AT OXFORD

European Studies Centre St Antony’s College

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

SEMINAR

Austerity and its impact on women: The case study of Greece

Maria Karamessini

Panteion University of Social and Political…

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About Androulla Kaminara

SCR member of St.Antony's College, Oxford University, 2013-24 Academic Visitor and 2012-13 EU Fellow Senior Academic Associate- Non-resident of EUCERS, King's College, London University Views are personal.

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