Posts Tagged ‘Central and Eastern Europe’

At my university we have a group of students in social sciences who are organizing panel discussions on the Hungarian transition in 1989 every Tuesday till December 8. I’ve been attending the events from the beginning and I have to admit that the one of today was the best so far. We had political researcher, political […]

Probably, it was only me feeling like closed, indeed locked into some kind of Hungarian reality where the other countries surrounding seemed to be giant, dark and mean monsters. I hope that it was only me. I still feel ashamed by that when I first went to Romania all by myself, my mother and some […]

I am always restarting this blog. Now I try to restart with recommending an event which will take place in Bratislava this September. The Civil Society Forum is organized by The Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe discussing topics that are important for citizens concerned about their society. As I am planning […]