Extremism in Slovakia: danger for united Europe and democracy

Supported by: Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung e.V.

Project span: January – July 2022. 

Project team: Zora Bútorová, Grigorij Mesežnikov, Ján Bartoš.

Objective:  The aim of the project is to map and analyze political and socio-cultural factors that help spread extremism among the population and in the sphere of party politics. Analytical evaluation of research data and knowledge should help to develop procedures limiting  the growth of extremist sentiments. Project includes a representative survey of public attitudes to current events indicating the background extremism and inclination to it, as well as views on extremism and on political influence of extremist forces in society. The project accounts with a  publication of a comprehensive study containing an analysis and interpretation of sociological data and an analysis of current extremist politics and public discourse in the Slovak Republic.


Project outputs 


Analytical publication


Database of sources on the topic

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