In 2012 IVO’s experts contributed to several international publications.
Zorá Bútorová, Jarmila Filadelfiová and Oľga Gyárfášová co- authored the study Towards Gender Equality in Slovakia? Women in Civic and Political Life. Text is a part of monograph Gendering Post-Socialist Transition. Studies of Changing Gender Perspective (edited by Krassimira Daskalova, Caroline Hornstein Tomić, Karl Kaser and Filip Radunović) Erste Foundation – LIT Verlag, Wien – Berlin 2012.
Martina Sekulová has written the study It Is Not a Choice, It Is Must: Family and Gender Implications of Elder Care on Migration from Slovakia to Austria which was published on website of Erste Foundation. The text is focused on Slovak women working as au pairs helping seniors in Austria. It analyzes the consequences of this kind of working migration for families left in homeland, the modes of caretaking and house-holding during women’s absence at home and working conditions of Slovak women in Austria as well as their professional experience.
Oľga Gyárfášová, Martina Sekulová and Miroslava Hlinčíková contributed to the publication Opening the Door? Immigration and Integration in the the European Union, issued by Brussels think-tank Center for European Studies (CES). IVO’s experts wrote a chapter about situation with migration and social integration of migrants in Slovakia.
Grigorij Mesežnikov is an author of the study National- und Rechtspopulismus in der Slowakei (National and Right-Wing Populism in Slovakia) published in the book Rechtspopulismus in Ostmitteleuropa: Demokratien im Umbruch? (Right-Wing Populism in Central and Eastern Europe: Democracies in Radical Changes?) edited by Đorđe Tomić and released by Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Brandenburg, Potsdam, in 2012.
Grigorij Mesežnikov is also an author of the chapter The Danube Regional Cooperation as a Platform for Boosting Serbia’s Chances in Euro-Integration: Some Political Considerations in the book Danube Strategy – Strategic Significance for Serbia (edited by Nevenka Jeftić Šarčević, Edita Stojić Karanović, Institute for International Politics and Economics, Belgrade 2012).
Grigorij Mesežnikov co-authored the book Transformation Processes in the Visegrad Group Countries and Ukraine: Comparative Analysis edited by Grigorij Perepelytsia and published by Stylos Publishing House in Kyiv in 2012. He has written two chapters – Authoritarianism and democracy in post-communist transformation: case of Slovakia and Internal factors shaping Slovakia’s foreign policy.