Current challenges for Slovakia, the European Union and democracy

On 25 October 2016, Grigorij Mesežnikov attended the "Andrej Kmeť Days" on invitation by the Andrej Kmeť High School in Banská Štiavnica. Experts from various fields of science and research, representatives of culture and civil society discussed  with students from Banská Štiavnica topics related to the situation and development in their respective fields of research and analyses.

President of the Institute for Public Affairs spoke and then discussed with two groups of students and teachers on the topic Current Challenges for Slovakia, the European Union and Democracy. The discussion was led by Jana Féherpataky - Kuzmová from the Institute for Active Citizenship. 

Program of the event (pdf)

Interview with Grigorij Mesežnikov (link)




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