Right-wing Extremism in Slovakia

Supported by: Hanns Seidela Stiftung (Germany)

Project span: July 2016 – June 2017

Project team: Grigorij Mesežnikov, Oľga Gyárfášová, Ján Bartoš

Objective: The aim of the project is to prepare an analytical publication on the current Slovak right-extremist and ultranationalist scene, on the socio-political contexts of radical and right-wing extremist forces, their election results, the value and ideological profile, programs, themes, personnel background and post-election activities, as well as the socio-demographic structure of the electorate of right-wing extremists, the motives and sources of their electoral support.


- Analytical study Súčasný pravicový extrémizmus a ultranacionalizmus na Slovensku: Stav, trendy a podpora

- Analytical study Heutiger Rechtsextremismus und Ultranationalismus in der Slowakei: Stand, Trends, Unterstützung

- Press conference

- Panel discussions of experts

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