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IVO participated in the scientific publication on citizenship, participation and deliberation

On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 the book titled “Citizenship, participation and deliberation in Slovakia: theory and reality” was introduced in a bookstore Artforum in Bratislava.

Work of over two dozen experts from the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Comenius University and the NGO sector was created under the Institute for Research in Social Communication (Slovak Academy of Sciences), with support of Centre of Excellence for Research on Citizenship and Participation. Chief editor of the publication is prof. PhDr. Jana Plichtová, CSc.

The project ran for four years. The co-authors of publication are also IVO analysts Martin Bútora, Zora Bútorová and Oľga Gyárfášová.

More about this event you can find on website of the Slovak Academy of Sciences.


From left Jana Plichtová (the editor of publication) and co-authors Karolína Miková, Oľga Gyárfášová and Martin Bútora spoke at discussion in the second part of presentation. The book event was moderated by Mikuláš Huba.


The audience.

Photos: Slovak Academy of Sciences

This book is not available on IVO website. You can find it in bookstores VEDA, or Artforum, or in other stores.



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