BBC World Questions:
Europe and Greece
In collaboration with the BBC World Service
and the support of the British Council in Athens
Nowhere has felt the challenge of mass migration and pain of austerity more keenly than Greece. Nowhere has struggled harder in its relationship with the European Union. This is an opportunity for you to question the powerful and broadcast your opinion of Greece’s future to the world.
In this Athens edition of BBC World Questions the BBC’s Jonathan Dimbleby invites members of the public to put questions about Greece and Europe to a panel of politicians and thinkers, including Euclid Tsakalotos, the Finance Minister of Greece, Dora Bakoyannis, former Mayor of Athens and Foreign Minister, Despina Koutsouba, member of the Region of Attica Council, member of the administration of the Association of Greek Archaeologists and Josef Janning, Head of European Council on Foreign Relations Berlin Office and Senior Policy Fellow. Simply join the audience or be part of the debate at 6pm on Tuesday 23rd February at Megaron, the Athens Concert Hall. Your question, which you must submit at the reception prior to the recording, may be one out of 10 selected for the members of the panel to answer.
Do you think Greece can survive as a member of the EU? Is the European project itself about to collapse? Tell the world what it means to be a European in an international broadcast of BBC World Questions: Europe and Greece. BBC World Questions is an English language event and will be recorded for radio broadcast worldwide.