Visegrad Cooperation as Perceived by the Citizens of Four Countries

Supported by: International Visegrad Fund

Project span: January 2001- November 2002 

Project team:
Oľga Gyárfášová

Co-organizing Institutions:
Gabal, Analysis and Consulting, Prague ; Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw; Institute of World Economy, Budapest

To research views of the populations in Visegrad Four countries on mutual cooperation and select issues of European integration


Article titled The European Union Seeking a Citizen, In: Dilema No. 4, April 2001. Available in the Slovak language only.

Analysis of Research Findings: Slovaks are the Greatest Proponents of Visegrad Cooperation, In: SME daily, March 20, 2002. Available in the Slovak language only.

Analysis of Research Findings: Slovakia and the World as Seen by the Citizens, In: Medzinárodné otázky, Issue IX, October 2002. Available in the Slovak language only.

Panel discussion – presentation of research findings: Visegrad Cooperation as Seen by the Populations of Four Countries. The event took place at the Polish Institute in Bratislava, November 27th, 2002 in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Slovak Republic and Polish Institute in Bratislava.

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