Discussion about "uncivil" society in Slovakia

On May 29,  2017, Grigorij Mesežnikov took part in discussion Uncivil Society in Slovakia, an event held in the framework of series of regular PDCS Lunch Seminars. Together with security analyst Daniel Milo he debated about the causes of the rising right-wing extremism, its manifestations and consequences for domestic political development of the Slovak Republic.

Speakers shared with the audience the findings of analyzes of  activities of the anti-systemic formations and initiatives in Slovakia, their public support and mental set up. The discussion brought answers to such questions as:

  • What are the registered and unregistered civic organizations and initiatives that manifest the anti-progressive or anti-systemic values and goals?
  • Who are their allies in Slovakia and abroad, where does their support come from?
  • How do they spread disinformation in the so-called “information war”?
  • What can be the defensive steps and strategies for Slovakia in this situation?



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