Welcome to the EGP Athens Council page
THE COUNCIL HAS ENDED.
Thank you for your support and ongoing interest. We shall update the site in the coming days with accepted resolutions, more images and interviews.
Meanwhile, visit the EGP Facebook page here If you are new to the page, 'like' us and get more inforation regularly
Seven Greenies travelled to Athens by train. See the images here or read their blogs here...
At the Athens Council, we were updating our photo gallery with photos from every day, and most of the events. Enjoy them here.
Use the tabs across the top of this page to access a wider range of information, including the proposed resolutions, EGP committee candidates and more.
What you might not have seen yet..
The EGP staff are maintaining a photo gallery of the Athens Council, with updates twice a day, at least.
While there, you shoud 'like' the EGP page (link here) so you can get more updates from us regularly.
THE ATHENS COUNCIL BLOG SITE
Something off the beaten path as we try and have a blog entry, or two, every day, on the Athens Council blog
Other Athens blogs
THE ATHENS EXPRESS: There were seven Greens who travelled from Belgium to Greece via train, visiting Green parties along the way. Everybody was blogging about the trip and you can read more about their impressions here.
There is also a photo gallery decidcated to the trip on our Facebook page. See the gallery here...
The European Green Party is going to Greece. This autumn, November 9-11, 2012, the EGP Council will be in Athens, hosted by the Greek Green party, Ecologoi Prasinoi and we, the EGP, the committee members, the member parties, the delegates, our guests, all have the opportunity to stand alongside Greece, demonstrate our continued solidarity with the country and its people and the shared current crisis.
Welcome to Athens
As we advance our political discussion, we will also have the opportunity to embrace the Greek culture, explore their country, as well as meet with our Greek party members and guests so we can see, first-hand, how people are coping with the economic crisis. Whatever solutions are needed for Greece and its place in Europe, they must remember the impact on people, their lives, their families, their hopes, their futures. The human consequences of our decisions cannot be forgotten.
Twelve Green proposals for a socially just and environmentally sustainable solution to the crisis read more...
Eurocrisis: 12 points to escape the Euro financial, social and economic crisis read more ...
Mapping the future of Europe read more...
Towards a Green democratic reform of the EU read more...
The countdown is now on until our pivotal Berlin Council between 23-25 November when we will come together among Greens to map out our shared future. On top of the agenda will be the vote to elect our Leading Candidates (known as spitzenkandidaten) who will represent the Green family at European level and blaze a path towards the May 2019 European elections. Alongside this, we’ll be adopting our Manifesto and launching our campaign plan.