Multiple choice / Oligarchs' voice
Greece's most influential media outlets are controlled by just a few business owners - despite the country having a large number of titles for a relatively small population. Even before a series of high-profile press freedom violations in 2012, Greece ranked as having the least free media in the EU after Bulgaria.
Released: January 21, 2013
To serve and protect / Brutality unchecked
In 2012 alone, Greek police have been condemned for brutality by three international human rights groups. They have also been accused in the world's media of torturing protesters and colluding with far-right gangs that commit racist violence.
Released: November 2, 2012
Troubled times / Social crimes
Exploiting anti-immigrant sentiment, the neo-fascist Golden Dawn party now has 18 seats in Greece's parliament. There are persistent accusations that its members actively participate in street violence against migrants and asylum seekers.
Released: October 6, 2012
Struggling to live / Struggling to leave
Greece is the main entry point for undocumented migrants seeking a better life in Europe. But because of the EU's 'Dublin II' rule, many of these people become trapped in Greece once they arrive, unable to leave to other European countries.
Released: June 21, 2012
Bailing out / Cashing in
Almost none of the 'bailout' money goes to the Greek government to pay for vital public services; instead, it flows directly back to the EU, the ECB and the IMF. Meanwhile, as of March 2012, Germany had earned 380 million euros on Greek 'aid'.
Released: June 15, 2012
Greek defense / German profit
Despite the economic crisis, Greece is Europe’s largest arms buyer, and Germany's biggest customer for arms exports.
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Released: May 28, 2012
Despair / Inspiration
A man in the crowd at a concert of Sokratis Malamas in Gazi, Athens. Malamas is one of the influential singer-songwriters in Greece
Released: May 23, 2012
Preparing for hard times / Preparing a Greek delicacy
Women in the foothills of the White Mountains, Crete, collecting "horta" (wild greens). This is a speciality of Greece and can be found on all taverna menus.
Released: May 16, 2012
Food queue / Direct sales
Customers queue to buy sacks of potatoes sold directly by farmers at cost price in the Greek city of Thessaloniki
Released: May 14, 2012
This is a gallery of our 'ads': posters that display the same photo with a different tagline, to show that there are at least two sides to every story that comes out of Greece.
Our first ad was released on March 2, 2012, and our most recent one on January 21, 2013.
If we make claims in the ads, they're always backed up with facts, as you can see in the small print at the foot of the ad.
Hover your mouse over the ad to read the text, or click on the images to enlarge them.