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School discussions on Extremism

Institute for Public affairs in cooperation with high schools in Slovakia organized a series of discussions with students aged 14 to 18 across Slovakia, with particular focus on regional centers. Discussions in Košice, Prešov, Žilina, Martin, Nitra, Trenčín, Trnava Bratislava, and Banská Bystrica brought together nearly 1,000 students. Ján Bartoš and Miroslav Kocúr from the Institute for Public Affairs led the discussions which consisted of a presentation and debate, an effective format in addressing the theme with the target group.

The debates took place in May, June, Sepotember and October 2015 and were a part of a project Extremism and its revival in public debate and political movements in Central Europe supported by International Visegrad Fund, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and ESET Foundation (Nadácia ESET).

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Discussion in Žilina

Discussion in Trenčín


Discussion in Košice


Discussion in Nitra



Discussion in Martin


Discussion in Trnava


Discussion in Bratislava


Discussion in Prešov


Discussion in Banská Bystrica






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