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Prousalis Stamoulis

Stamos Prousalis was born in Holland. He is seasoned Camera Operator/DOP-Editor with more than 20 years experience in the broadcasting industry in Greece and worldwide.Has produced more than 8,000 reports […]

Kouri Maro

Maro Kouri has been taking pictures for social justice in the world for 25 years, focusing in Africa, Asia and Greece. Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries, hotels, schools, bazaars and slums. She publishes photographic articles in BBC, CNN, Take Part, LFI, Journal du Dimanche, National Geographic, Newsweek, Vice, Days Japan, Der Spiegel, Nzz, Dagens Nyheter and more.
Kouri has been awarded with UNESCO honor (2003), 1st prize at the international competition SCOOP (2009), she has been honored by the PhotoPress Union of Greece (2010), her pictures were among the Best Pictures of LIFE web magazine (2011) and she has won a gold medal at the international competition PX3 (2014).
She works as a freelance photojournalist based in Athens, Greece, and she is represented by Polaris Images, New York. At the same time, she teaches in Orama Photography Studies in Athens and leads photojournalism workshops. She has taught photography as a volunteer in the Women’s Prison of Thebes. She has two daughters. Since June 2015 she has been studying human behaviour and relations at the International Institute for Therapy and Education Humaniversity in the Netherlands.

Lectures – Interviews
• Speaker at the TEDx, University of the Aegean, Syros 2016
• With theatre director Theodoros Terzopoulos on ET1
Η φωτοειδησεογράφος Μάρω Κουρή μιλά στην ΕΤ1
• Stin Praxi – Skai 2/3/2014
• News bulletin – Mega 26/12/2016
• Cosmote History “LightHouses ”

Christides Giorgos

born 1976 studied journalism and mass communication, politics and international relations in the universities of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and the University of Edinburgh (MSc). He worked as a reporter and editor-in-chief at the Greek newspaper »Makedonia«. His work has been featured in a range of international media including the BBC (online and radio), Haaretz and Expresso. He has been reporting for DER SPIEGEL from Greece since 2012, mostly for the foreign department. He is the recipient of the European Prize Award for investigative journalism by the European Center for Press and Media Freedom.

Apostolou Nikolia

Nikolia Apostolou is a multimedia-journalist based out of Greece. For the last decade, she has been writing, doing video, and producing documentaries for media such as: The Associated Press, AJ+, The New York Times, PBS, USA Today, Deutsche Welle, Al-Jazeera, The Economist, Newsweek, and others.

Molho Solon

Solon is a financial analyst and public accountant, and has been contributing to the Economist Intelligence Unit for the last decade. He is based in Athens, Greece, where he also teaches finance and coaches a debate team. On an ad hoc basis, he mentors businesses in conjunction with Greece’s small business institute.

Sideris Spiros

Spiros is a journalist, member of the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) of Great Britain and International Federation of Journalists (IFJ). He began his journalism career on the radio in 1988, before moving to print in 1993 and then television in 2008. He has commented and given interviews to several international media such as the Russia Today, Al Jazeera, TRT, CGTN etc. He has worked in the UK Greece and Balkans. He has travelled to and covered historical moments in over 50 countries and has interviewed dozens of political and religious leaders both in Greece and abroad. He speaks Greek, English, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian and Serbo-Croatian.