Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy

The Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) is a private, independent, nonprofit-making think tank, established in Athens, Greece, in 1988. Its mission is to conduct policy-oriented research and provide policy makers, academics and the public at large with authoritative information and substantiated policy recommendations, so as to contribute to the development of evidence-based responses to major European and foreign policy challenges. ELIAMEP’s expertise spans over a wide range of geographic and functional areas: EU institutions and policies; migration management, security, international relations and conflict resolution; transatlantic relations; democracy, human rights and civic participation; good governance and the rule of law; religion and culture; the role of the media in the era of fake news; energy and climate change.

As WP6 leader ELIAMEP will especially work on the development of a risk map and of a toolkit, as well as lead the analysis and comparisons on cross-regional vulnerability and resilience factors to violent extremism. Moreover, ELIAMEP will be co-leading fieldwork in Kosovo and North Macedonia with KCSS, and will be conducting fieldwork on cumulative extremisms (WP3) and on online and offline (de-) radicalization (WP5). Finally, our team will also help to develop the concept and methodology of the project.

49, Vasilissis Sofias ave.
106 76 Athens
Greece

Main Contacts

Ioannis Armakolas
Ioannis Armakolas
Team Leader & Deputy WP6 Leader
Panagiotis Tsakonas
Panagiotis Tsakonas
Deputy Team Leader
Triantafyllos Karatrantos
Triantafyllos Karatrantos
WP6 Leader
Theodoros Vavikis
Theodoros Vavikis
Team member
Julianne Funk
Julianne Funk
Team member