“DIKTIO – Network for Reform in Greece and Europe”

is a leading independent, non-partisan and non-profit think tank that aims to undertake cutting-edge policy research and practical policy advice.

In 2013, DIKTIO’s founder, Mrs Anna Diamantopoulou, set about establishing the first think tank in Greece that could effectively forge partnerships for policy change at the domestic level and promote informed debate about Greece’s role in the European Union and the world. Today, DIKTIO has succeeded in establishing an intellectual crossroad between Greece and the European project, putting pioneering thinking at the core of its action.


Next to delivering policy advice

and conducting targeted research projects, DIKTIO organizes knowledge-sharing events to promote public dialogue, such as working breakfast discussions, live-streamed events, high-level roundtables and conferences with leading figures in the policy, academic, and business communities.



Sigmar Gabriel

Chairman, Atlantic Brüke & f. Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister of Germany

Enrico Letta

President of the Jacques Delors Institute and f. Prime Minister of Italy

Mary McAleese

f. President of Ireland

Olusegun Obasanjo

former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and of African Union

Margot Wallstöm

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden (2014-2019)

Meglena Kuneva

EU Ambassador to the Council of Europe and f. Deputy PM of Bulgaria

Frank Vandenbrouck

Professor at the University of Amsterdam and f. Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium

Prof. Sir Chris Pissarides

Nobel Economics Laureate 2010

Ivan Krastev

Chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies

Sonja Licht

President, Belgrade Security Forum

Sandro Gozi

MEP and f. Undersecretary for European Affairs of Italy

Gilles Merritt

Founder and Chair, Friends of Europe think tank

Kevin Featherstone

Eleftherios Venizelos Professor in Contemporary Greek Studies and Professor in European Politics, LSE

Ulrike Guerot

Professor and head of the Department for European Politics and the Study of Democracy at Danube-University Krems

Xavier Prats Monne

Xavier Prats Monne