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SAE Africa/Near-Middle East 2nd Regional Convention opens
SAE Africa Alexandria , 11.10.2008
The 2nd Regional Convention of SAE Africa/Near-Middle East that opened in Alexandria yesterday evening focused on the future of the Greek expatriates in the Region. The convention attend roughly 100 delegates representing communities, scientists, young people, women’s organizations, the Church, Greek MPs and the General Secretariat for Greeks Ab... more
SAE Africa/Near-Middle East 2nd Regional Convention
SAE Africa Alexandria , 09.10.2008
The SAE Africa/Near-Middle East 2nd Regional Convention opens tomorrow in Alexandria in the presence of over 50 representatives of Hellenism in Africa, members of the Greek Parliament and representatives of the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad and SAE. Until October 14 delegates will be discussing the major problems facing the Greek com... more
South Africa Hellenism supports the country’s new course
SAE Africa 25.09.2008
The members of the Committee for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities in South Africa met ANC governing party President Jacob Zuma in Johannesburg. Zuma addressing the representatives of the Greek, Italian and Portuguese communities, who attended the meeting “Safeguarding the future”, str... more
SAE Africa/Near-Middle East Regional Convention in Alexandria on October
SAE Africa 22.09.2008
Preparations for the SAE Africa/Near-Middle East Regional Convention, to take place in Alexandria on October 10-14, have entered the final stretch. Proceedings will formally open on October 10 in the presence of SAE President Stefanos Tamvakis, while invited to attend is Deputy Foreign Minister Theodoros Kassimis, responsible for Greeks a... more
Actions undertaken and goals set by SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Region Actions undertaken and goals set by SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Region
SAE Africa Thessaloniki , 28.08.2008
Located at the southernmost tip of the African continent, Pretoria is a city with great political and historical symbolism where the Hellenism of Diaspora is still actively present. Pretoria is both the seat of the region’s 100-year-old historical Greek community and the seat of the SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Region headed by Regional Coordinat... more
Establishment of SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network Establishment of SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network
SAE Africa Pretoria , 17.08.2008
The proceedings for the establishment of a SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network, in accordance with Law No 3480/2006 on the youth regional networking, were completed with the election of a coordinator and the coordinating council members. Thirty five young expatriates participated in the founding convention held in Pretoria, South Afric... more
Young expatriates from Africa and the Middle East discuss their problems Young expatriates from Africa and the Middle East discuss their problems
SAE Africa Pretoria , 15.08.2008
The thirty five young Greek expatriates attending the founding convention of the SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network in Pretoria, South Africa discussed issues such as Greek-speaking education, prospects of attending tertiary education institutions in Greece, military service and forging better and closer communication between them. ... more
SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network founding convention SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network founding convention
SAE Africa Pretoria , 14.08.2008
Thirty five young expatriates from South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and the under Palestinian Administration West Bank and Gaza Strip participated in the founding convention of the SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Youth Network held in Pretoria, South Africa. According to SAE Africa-Near/Middle East Regional C... more