In response to the intention announced this week by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to turn the Hagia Sophia monument – originally a Byzantine Christian cathedral and now a museum – into a mosque after his country’s local elections on Sunday, ...
A U.N. fundraising reception was hosted to collected donations for Yemen last Tuesday.
French Embassy in Greece hosts for a second consecutive year a culinary event dedicated to celebrating the fusion between Greek and French culinary culture.
Athens was chosen by UNESCO to be 2018’s World Book Capital. The institution aims to make books accessible to all socio-economic classes in the city and to promote knowledge, reading, and the love for learning.
February 9 has officially been declared International Greek Language Day which is expected to spark off initiatives that will assist in spreading Greek language and culture worldwide.
Rebetiko, a popular Greek musical idiom which developed and thrived in the early and mid-20th century has been included on UNESCO’s 2017 Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The shocking warning that every week two journalists lose their lives in the line of duty all over the world comes from UNESCO in a thoroughly enlightening report on the murder of journalists, which was recently published.
Greece's collaboration with China on cultural issues could be further enhanced through UNESCO, Assistant Director General for Education of UNESCO Qian Tang...
Greece has a special place in the global geoparks map, with five regions in the country now listed in the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network...
Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent a letter to UNESCO director general condemning the recent provocative and unacceptable events at Agia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey.