Discussion about the State-Church Relations

On 14th of March 2011 in the Open Gallery, Open Society Foundation (NOS - OSF) organized a Frontline public debate on the relationship of state and church. The historical and current socio-political and other contexts of the topic was discussed by the theologian Miroslav Kocúr, the political scientist and President of IVO Grigorij Mesežnikov and the historian of law Katarína  Zavacká from Institute of State and Law - SAV. The discussion was moderated by Zuzana Gáborová from NOS-OSF.

The event was a part of the action Enough of silence 2011, Cultural protest against fascism in the streets, conceived as a response of the civil society to the efforts of the radical nationalist and extremists to glorify wartime Slovak state and its actors on the occasion of its anniversary on 14th of March.

Video (vimeo): FRONTLINE - Vzťah cirkvi a štátu

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