We Will Decide or 333 Good Reasons Why to Go to the Polls

Supported by: Government of the Kingdom of Norway , ETP Slovakia

Project span:
February 2002 – September 2002

Project team:
Grigorij Mesežnikov, Miroslav Kollár, Peter Mészáros, Jozef Majchrák

Co-organizing Institutions:
The German Marshall Fund of the United States , High School Parliament of Slovakia, Juraj Vaculík Creative Studio

To motivate citizens to participate in the 2002 parliamentary elections. The project consisted of widespread dissemination of the opinions of well-known personas of Slovakia 's public life throughout printed publications, web site, radio, and TV broadcasts. The individuals were asked to state why they consider the elections to be of importance, and why they are going to take part. The publication We Will Decide.sk or 333 Good Reasons for Going to the Polls was distributed to students, non-governmental organizations, libraries, and media all across Slovakia .


Publication: We Will Decide.sk or 333 Good Reasons Why to Go to Polls. The publication is available in the Slovak language only.

Series of radio broadcasts aired on FUN Radio

Series of TV broadcasts shown on TV Markíza

Web site www.myrozhodneme.sk

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