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Zora Bútorová and Martin Bútora on the 8th "Meeting in Poiplie" in Šahy

Politics, issues of gender equality, and identity challenges of the 21st century were topics of a marathon discussion in Šahy held on June 3 – 5, 2011.

The meeting was organized by the Foundation “Seal of City Šahy“ in the European courtyard of the Menora Saag Center Artis. As a part of the traditionally rich cultural and social program, the audience could listen to the dialogue of sociologist Zora Bútorová with the Budapest professor of sociology, Miklós Hadas about the trends in gender identity and gender inequalities in Slovakia and Hungary.

Following discussion panel  “Identity Future“, which was moderated by the co- founder of the event, psychiatrist, publicist and writer Péter Hunčík, brought an exchange of ideas among Martin Bútora, Hungarian sociologist Elemér Hankiss, psychiatrist Jozef Hašto and  publisher László Szigeti.


Left to right: Elemér Hankiss, Martin Bútora, Péter Hunčík, Jozef Hašto, László Szigeti.


Right to left: Miklós Hadas, Zora Bútorová and  the moderator Tatiana Wenclová, director of the high school in Šahy.



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