Under the Patronage of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Ms. Katerina Sakellaropoulou

Delphi Economic Forum IX

April 10-13, 2024

Mary Adamopoulou

Mary Adamopoulou

Mary Adamopoulou


TA NEA newspaper, Greece

Mary Adamopoulou was born in Athens, in 1975. She studied Archeology and History of Art at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and subsequently received an MA from the same university, with a focus on Classical Sculpture. She has been working as a regular contributor to the Culture section of Greece’s daily newspaper, TA NEA since 2000. She is accredited journalist at the Ministry of Culture. Apart from her work at the newspaper, she has also worked in radio, television, and online media platforms and she has been conducting live interviews for private art institutions and for the Bank of Greece. Among her areas of activity is communication in international events. She speaks English, Italian and Spanish fluently.

Thursday 11

  • 17.00 - 17.50

    Accelerating Untapped Potential of our Shared Heritage Eu/Western Balkans Integration - Athens Hub


    location_onExhibition Hall | European Cultural Centre of Delphi

    At the moment when we are witnessing a welcome acceleration of the EU enlargement agenda, this panel will demonstrate that our shared cultural heritage provides a still untapped potential for building the much needed bridges between the citizens and institutions of the EU Member States and the candidate states from the Western Balkans. Special focus will be given to the vital role of cities and civil society organisations to mobilise citizens and their communities to engage in the safeguard of our shared values and cultural heritage, not only in their own cities and regions but also across borders, in collaboration with neighbouring countries.