Where did liberalism in Central Europe come from? Is Central Europe liberal or populist? What has happened to liberal parties in the region? We will be discussing these and more questions on June 22nd, at 5pm in the Bratislava School of Liberal Arts (BISLA) (Grosslingova 53, Bratislava, Slovakia).
Speakers:Samuel Abraham (SK) – rector of BISLATamas Bauer (HU) – professor of economy Frankfurt, former member of liberal partyPaweł Marczewski (PL) – journalist, historian of ideas
Moderator:Martin Ehl (CZ) – Chief International Editor of Hospodářské noviny daily
Organiser: Res Publica Nowa – PolandProject partners: AMO – Czech Republic, AnBlokk – Hungary, BISLA – Slovakia
Debate patronate: H.E. Andrzej Krawczyk – Ambassador of Poland in Slovakia.
This public debate is part of the project “Central European Dictionary of Political Concepts – Start-up Seminars” sponsored by the International Visegrad Fund.