Grigorij Mesežnikov at a conference on migration in Budapest

On the 29th of October 2015, a conference “Migration and the European Union: impact assessment” was dedicated to the current situation with migration in Europe. It was organized in Budapest by the Hungarian think-tank Republikon Institute, as a part of the EU program Europe for the Citizens. Grigorij Mesežnikov, president of IVO, had a presentation at this conference. Along with Péter Balazs – director of the Centrum of the EU Enlargement Studies at the Central European University in Budapest, and Csaba Tóth – director for strategy for the Republikon Institute, they discussed the impacts of the current migration wave on the political development in the EU countries, mainly on its impact on the positions of the populist forces. The discussion was moderated by Réka Csaba.

Program of the event.


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