Discussion within the project Strengthening Citizenship in V4 Countries in Bratislava

On 25 October 2017, a public debate Active Citizenship in the Slovak Republic: State of Affairs and Challenges was held in Bratislava, organized by the Institute for Public Affairs in cooperation with the Institute of European Studies and International Relations of the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences at Comenius University in Bratislava. 


The event took place within the framework of the international project Strengthening Citizenship in the V4 Countries (Posilňovanie občianstva v krajinách V4), supported by the International Visegrad Fund with the participation of research partners STEM (Prague), Institute of Public Affairs (Warsaw), Political Capital Institute (Budapest) and Institute for Public Affairs (Bratislava). 


IVO analyst Zora Bútorová presented to the participants in discussion (experts, civic activists, students) the findings from a representative public opinion poll on the topic of active citizenship and civic participation. The discussion was chaired by IVO president Grigorij Mesežnikov. 


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