Dimitris Christopoulos is President of the Paris-based International Federation of Human Rights -- the first non-native French speaker to be elected to this office. He is also professor of state and legal theory at the Department of Political Science and History of the Panteion University of Athens, where he has taught since 2003. With Kostas Tsitselikis, he co-founded in 1996 the Minority Groups Research Centre (KEMO), the first Greek independent think tank on minority issues involving migrants and minorities (www.kemo.gr). He is the author of numerous books and articles on minorities, rights, citizenship, and related subjects.
There are people who are afraid of insects. If they think there is one insect in the house, they can’t sleep. It gets to the point where they ...On September 17, 2018 / By Dimitris Christopoulos
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