The Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) is a private, independent, nonprofit- making think tank, established in Athens, Greece, in 1988. Its mission is to conduct research and provide policy makers, academics and the public at large with authoritative information and substantiated policy recommendations, so as to contribute to the development of evidence-based responses to major European and foreign policy challenges.
ELIAMEP develops innovative research projects in response to new and old challenges over a wide range of geographic and functional areas: the European integration process; security, international relations and conflict resolution with a special focus on the Balkans, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean/Middle East and Asia; transatlantic relations; migration management, integration policies and radicalization prevention efforts; democracy, human rights and civic participation; good governance and the rule of law; energy, etc. Next to conducting targeted and policy-oriented research projects, the Foundation also undertakes various kinds of information and awareness-raising activities to promote the public debate, such as the production of publications, the provision of information to the media, the organization of conferences, training seminars and round-table discussions, etc. ELIAMEP is committed to excellence; be it in open dialogue and policy deliberation, research, training and any other undertaking that falls under its mandate. International rankings of think-tanks put ELIAMEP at the top of the list among its counterparts in South Eastern Europe.
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- Name of the person(s) responsible for VIADUCT activities:
Dr. Angeliki Dimitriadi, Researcher (Migration)
Ms. Elizabeth Phocas, Deputy Director