The Future of Humanities in Greece - Latest sponsorship by the Kokkalis Foundation

The Kokkalis Foundation was a proud sponsor of the 2-day conference “The Future of Humanities in Greece,” organized by the School of Philosophy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki from November 30-December 1, 2007.

Social Capital and Transition to Democracy in SE Europe and the Balkans-International Workshop

The Kokkalis Foundation was the proud sponsor of the international workshop entitled “Social Capital and Transition to Democracy in SE Europe and the Balkans.”

The Democratic Revolution Betrayed-New publication sponsored by the Kokkalis Foundation

In his new volume, Milan St. Protic examines Serbia and the Serbs from two different perspectives: as an active participant in the major political events organized by the Serbian opposition and as an historian whose scholarly career focuses on Serbian and European history in the 19th and 20th centuries. 

The “Shared History Project”

The Kokkalis Foundation provided financial support for the completion of Columbia University’s “Shared History Project” in cooperation with Turkey’s Sabanci University and Panteion University of Athens.

Hydra Summer Seminar on Conflict Resolution

For the past three years the Kokkalis Foundation has helped to sponsor the Institute of International Relations’ annual International Summer Seminar on Conflict Resolution in Hydra.

The Kokkalis Foundation supports ELIAMEP’s Halki Seminars

In both 2000 and 2001 the Kokkalis Foundation sponsored the Halki International Seminars, an educational program for young leaders organised by the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).

A three-day interactive course for senior executives focusing on communicating effectively through traditional media, the Internet and social media.

"The Kokkalis Foundation has enabled me and many other fellows to further prepare ourselves for leadership positions in public service. We expect to be the strongest links in the chain supporting the bridges between our countries."

Tolga Sobaci, Turkey - Senior Strategist, Dept. of Business Development & Planning, Philip Morris Turkey - Master's in Public Administration/ International Development 2003