Supported by: IRI – International Republican Institute, Bratislava
Project Span: October 2003 – March 2004
Project Team: Grigorij Mesežnikov, Zora Bútorová, Oľga Gyárfášová, Vladimír Krivý, Marián Velšic, Ivan Dianiška, Martin Slosiarik, Peter Učeň
Co-organizing institutions: IRI, FOCUS Agency (Field collection of data)
Objective: Within the first part of the project to carry out a representative sociological research aimed at the following areas: evaluation of societal and political developments and reforms in Slovakia one year after the parliamentary elections; perception of new policies and the functioning of political parties; and citizen's reflection on the division of Czech and Slovak Federative Republic. The project further sets out to assess the first ten years of independent Slovak Republic.
International conference: Slovakia in 2003: Ten Years of Independence and a Year of Reforms. Organized by IVO and IRI. Bratislava, Hotel Devín, December 3, 2003
Paper: "Post-Election Development and Reforms in Slovakia" to be published in the compilation of studies from the conference
Paper: "Division of Czech and Slovak Federative Republics and First Decade of Slovakia 's Independence" to be published in the compilation of studies from the conference.
Paper: "And is Anything Changing at All?" to be published in the compilation of studies from the conference