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Combating Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories as Tools for Extremist Political Mobilization (Research, Awareness Raising and Education)

Supported by: Open Society Foundation, Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research, International Visegrad Fund.

Project span: January 2013 – October 2013

IVO project team: Grigorij Mesežnikov, Oľga Gyárfášová 

Partners: Political Capital Institute (Hungary) – coordinating organization for Central Europe, Zachor Foundation for Social Remembrance (Hungary), The Center for Research on Prejudice (Poland), Counterpoint (Great Britain).

Objective: The goal of international comparative project is to explore the impact of conspiracy theories on forming the radical right-populist politics in European countries (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Norway and France). Results and outputs of project analytical activities (studies, researches) are offered to broader audience through the media and targeted dissemination and used for purposes of advocacy and education.

Outputs (for Slovakia):



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