How did Greece come to having the most expensive housing in Europe, in terms of income? What were the housing policies of the Greek state, how did they change over the years, and what could be done today to overcome the pressing problems?
What are the views of Greek citizens regarding the economy, the role the state plays in their lives, but also employment and gender issues? Also, how do the Greeks live in 2022?
How have a decade-long financial crisis, a global pandemic and a war in Europe impacted on the attitudes and opinions of the Greeks? The first part of the new “wave” of a major survey by diaNEOsis.
A new diaNEOsis' study outlines the beliefs of the greek diaspora members in the UK.
How do Greeks live during the second lockdown? How do they handle its second, deadly wave? What do they hope for their future, and how do they feel about the upcoming vaccinations against Covid-19?
As globalisation retreats and nation-states become more assertive, the international problems asking for solutions proliferate. Geopolitics Professor George Prevelakis analyses the main geopolitical tensions of our times and the way the pandemic will accelerate change.
Anti-europeanism on the rise, institutions in crisis, social conservatism and economic liberalism: Who are the Greeks today? diaNEOsis’ new survey reveals some truths we had suspected, data we had anticipated, and some impressive and unexpected findings.
The diaNEOsis survey calculates the percentage of the population living below the extreme poverty line and formulates realistic proposals for solving the problem.
How are Greeks dealing with the refugee crisis? How do they perceive the problem, its scale and its causes?
DiaNEOsis first major survey on Greek values, views and ideas took place in 2015. This essay is an in-depth analysis of the survey's main conclusions.