The European Parliament has an Information office in every Member State. Their role is to raise awareness of the European Parliament and the European Union and to encourage people to vote in European parliamentary elections. What does that mean in practice?
The information offices
answer questions from the public about the European Parliament and EU policies; provide citizens with information and materials and organise presentations and debates on European topics
organise press briefings and keep the media informed of news from the Parliament
work closely with teachers and academic organisations and provide educational resources
develop links with professional groups, companies, non-governmental organisations and anyone else who has an interest in European affairs and the role of the European Parliament.
European Parliament Office in Greece
Leoforos Amalias 8
105 57 Athens
+30 210 32 71 011
+30 210 32 71 058
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