RESEARCH ARTICLE

@inproceedings{LoukakisRESEARCHA,
  title={RESEARCH ARTICLE},
  author={Angelos Loukakis}
}
The current economic crisis was a turning point, for the worse, in the everyday reality for a huge sector of the Greek population. Austerity-stricken Greece is characterised by the collapse of the welfare state and by increasingly uncovered basic needs. The answer to this humanitarian problem has been given by thousands of formal and informal initiatives and organisations and their solidarity actions, such as barter networks, food banks, consumers-producers networks, soup kitchens, new… Expand

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  • Journal of Civil Society