Greece and Cyprus in turbulent times: The Road Ahead

Thanasis Gavos   Friday, 17 (6:30-8:30pm) and Saturday, 18 March 2017 (11:00am-6:00pm)
Hardouvelis, LSE, LSE Hellenic and Cypriot societies

This year the LSESU HCS Forum “Greece and Cyprus in Turbulent Times: The Road Ahead” focuses on Greece’s and Cyprus’ economic and political challenges related to the Eurozone crisis and the geopolitical changes in their neighbourhood.

The forum will be comprised of the following panels:

17th of March:
18:15-18:35 – Welcome speeches by the Greek and Cypriot High Commissioners
18:35-20:45 – Panel 1: Greece and Cyprus in an unstable region: Risks and Opportunities
Mr. Valatsas (Director at Greenmantle Europe)
Dr. Keridis (Professor in Panteion University, Director of IDIS)
Mr. Chatzivasileiou (Political Scientist-Historian, Specialized in Turkology)
Dr. Theophanous (Professor in University of Nicosia, President of CCEIA)

18th of March
12:30-14:30 – Panel 2: Investing in Greece and Cyprus: Challenges and prospects
Mr. Ioannou (Junior Researcher at Bioassist)
Mr. Lamprou (Heart Cyprus CEO)
Mr. Kosmidis (Care Across CEO)
14:30-15:30 – Break

15:30-17:45 – Panel 3: From crisis to recovery? Perspectives from Greece and Cyprus
Mr Papakostas (VP of the European Tissue Symposium)
Mr. Keravnos (Former Cypriot Finance Minister)
Prof. Chardouvelis (Former Greek Finance Minister)

This is a FREE event open to the public BUT book your free ticket through EVENTBRITE at least 2 days before the event to secure your place and be guaranteed admission. There will be an attendees list at the entrance. If seats are left after ticket-holders arrive, they may be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis to non-ticket holders, but this is very unlikely. Please arrive promptly to avoid disappointment.

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Venue: LSE Tower 1 G.01

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