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The Kokkalis Program was established at the Harvard Kennedy School in 1997 to train, engage, and connect present and future leaders to effectively serve the public good of Southeast Europe. Since its inception, it has supported more than 500 students—representing 15 countries—in Kennedy School master's degree and executive education programs. Serving as a vibrant intellectual link between Harvard and Southeastern Europe, the Kokkalis Program also provides a platform for the key public policy issues of the region to be studied and debated at Harvard.
If you missed any of the lectures the Kokkalis Program brought to Harvard last year, you can watch each one in their entirety on our YouTube channel.