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Slovakia 2008: Global Report on the State of Society

Supported by: Nadácia SPP; Západoslovenská energetika; Open Society Foundation (NOS-OSF), Embassy of United Kingdom and North Ireland in Slovakia, Embassy of Portugal Republic.

Project duration: May 2008 – April 2009

Project team: Miroslav Kollár (project manager, editor), Grigorij Mesežnikov and Martin Bútora (editors), Zora Bútorová, Oľga Gyárfášová and Marián Velšic (authors), + dozens of external collaborators.

External experts and consultants: 58 text authors and 24 reviewers.

Activities of the project:

-         Publication of analytical year-book Slovakia 2008 Global report on the state of society.
-         Presentation of findings of the authors of the Global report in media and at universities.
-         Spread of publication to network of chosen Slovakian libraries and to certain faculties with social-scientific departments.

Outputs: publication Slovakia 2008 Global report on the state of society  (in slovak language)

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