The Role of the Greek Diaspora: Future Challenges
World Congress of Pan-Macedonians (Thessaloniki, 23 July 2017)
AbstractThe Macedonian, Continental, Asia Minor (Ionian and Pontic) and Cyan associations were established and operated with two main roles: (a) the preservation of their special ethnolinguistic and cultural identity and (b) the promotion of the relevant or so-called national (liberating) aspirations with a pan-Hellenic dimension. Due to the second expediency, we often see members of Hellenism, who do not functionally belong to their specific geographical area, to be members and executives of the specific body.
How to Cite
Tamis, A. (2021). The Role of the Greek Diaspora: Future Challenges: World Congress of Pan-Macedonians (Thessaloniki, 23 July 2017). Macedonian Studies Journal, 2(1). Retrieved from https://ojs.aims.edu.au/index.php/msj/article/view/20