Supporters & Affiliates

The project aims to bridge the gap between the academic community, policy makers and civil society arriving at certain policy proposals for EMU’s governance and economic impact. 

To achieve that a certain set of tools and channels will be used for involving all interested parties and disseminating the centre’s outcomes and products.

In this respect, the group's constant concern is to attract supporters and affiliates that would facilitate the communication of the project to civil society and enhance its public awareness. 

Thus, all partner countries are expected to gain support and access to the media and other potential stakeholders.
Current Supporters


European Parliament's Information 
Office in Greece

European Commission Representation 
Office in Greece

European Union Centre in Taiwan
European Union Centre in Taiwan

The University of Piraeus Ensures Prominent Supporters for the Project

posted Nov 25, 2013, 7:39 AM by Georgios Dafnos   [ updated Nov 25, 2013, 7:39 AM ]

The University of Piraeus, being represented to the project by Professor Thalassinos and the Department of Maritime Studies managed to ensure from the beginning of the project the support of prominent institutions and agencies such as:
  • the European Parliament's Information Office in Greece
  • the European Commission Representation Office in Greece
  • the European Union Centre in Taiwan
  • as the media supporter of the project.
The project has received wide acceptance and has gained great momentum, having produced already significant research work. Its research findings will be culminated in the group's final conference and collective book.

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