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#48 SNF DIALOGUES

The availability and quality of care, as well as questions of access and ethics, were central themes of the live Dialogues webcast.

#47 SNF DIALOGUES

Setting the backdrop for this 47th Dialogues discussion was the testimony by a former Facebook product manager turned whistleblower that the company puts profits over safety, highlighting the urgent ...

Professor Niki Evelpidou on heavy rainfall in burnt areas.

From fires, to floods, to soil erosion and desertification, professor Niki Evelpidou explains what happens when we have heavy rainfall in burnt areas.

#46 SNF DIALOGUES

Climate Change – Part 2 Rapid changes in the global climate system, humanity’s adaptation to extreme weather events, rising temperatures, and climate justice are some of the issues the audience ...

#45 SNF DIALOGUES

Humanity – AI Symbiosis A live dialogue between humans and an artificial intelligence system was attempted on the stage of the 45th SNF DIALOGUES event, held in collaboration with the SNF Agora ...

#44 SNF DIALOGUES

The Return to Public Space: A discussion about coexistence, respect, and democracy. Inspired by a renaissance of interest in public space due primarily to the repeated lockdowns imposed by the ...

#43 SNF DIALOGUES

On the street: A discussion about Homelessness with the Homeless At a time marked by a loosening of the restrictions that have kept us inside, the SNF DIALOGUES discussion that took place on ...

#42 SNF DIALOGUES

Substance Abuse: A Pandemic within a Pandemic During the year since the start of the pandemic, cocaine use in Greece appears to have hit a record high for the decade, while use of antidepressants in ...

#41 SNF DIALOGUES

Generation Z: What do teenagers wish we knew? We usually hear about teenagers from adults, not from the teenagers themselves. On Wednesday, March 31 at 18:30 (EET), SNF DIALOGUES, hosted an online ...

#40 SNF DIALOGUES

Parontes (Present): Is the news on lockdown? On Wednesday, February 17, at 18:30, SNF DIALOGUES held an open discussion between journalists and the public on the current state of journalism in the ...

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