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How do the Young Ones See It?

Supported by: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic

Project span:
May 2001- July 2001

Project team: Oľga Gyárfášová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Jozef Majchrák


  • To increase the interest of young people in Slovakia 's integration into NATO
  • To uncover young peoples' perceptions of NATO through group discussions
  • To make the findings available to media with regional and nationwide coverage; to assist them in presenting NATO in an appealing way


Analysis of group discussions with high school and university students: Slovakia Into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. How Does the Youth See it?. The publication is available in the Slovak language only.

Seminar for representatives of non-governmental organizations, governmental institutions, and the media with nationwide coverage, Bratislava July 2, 2001.

Seminar for representatives of non-governmental organizations and regional media, held in Banská Bystrica on July 4, 2001

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