INVITATION: The Value of Europe - What Do We Think about the Past, Present, and Future of Europe [University of Economics]

We are more than glad to invite you to a presentation and follow-up round-table discussion co-hosted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Pew Research Center. Read the whole article for complete information on the programme and guests.

Researchers from the Pew Research will present results of their cross-national survey on public attitudes about the past, present, and future of Europe. The nations surveyed include both Western and Eastern European, as well as Ukraine, Russia and the United States. The event will take place on 23th of October from 16:30 to 17:45 in room 240 at the Old Building (Stará budova) of University of Economics (VŠE) in Prague. The event is available on Facebook.

The speakers

Presentation:

  • Jacob Poushter, Associate Director, Pew Research Center

Round-table discussion:

  • Vladimíra Dvořáková, Professor, Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics, Prague
  • Magda Vášaryová, Chairwoman of Živena, Slovak Women’s Association, Former Slovak Diplomat and Politician
  • Martin Buchtík, director of STEM Institute of Empirical Research

 Hosted by:

  • Vladimír Bartovic, director, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

The topic

The Pew Research Center will present a report with results of the survey that explores public attitudes about the past, present, and future of Europe in 17 nations, including both Western and Eastern European countries, as well as Ukraine, Russia and the United States. The report also examines attitudes toward democratic rights and institutions, such as a fair judiciary, gender equality, freedom of religion, and free expression.

Among others, it also covers the degree to which people are satisfied or dissatisfied with the functioning of their country’s democracy. The report also analyzes whether publics are primarily optimistic or pessimistic about a range of issues, including inequality, education, and the functioning of their political system, as well as their country’s relationships with the United States and other European nations.

Time & address

  • Wednesday, 23th of October 2019
  • 16:30-17:45
  • Old Building of University of Economics (Stará budova VŠE)
  • nám. Winstona Churchilla 1938/4, Prague

 

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