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Visegrad Summer School

The 14th Visegrad Summer School has already ended. For two weeks, 50 young Europeans from 12...

The last day of the 14th Visegrad Summer School started with the presentation of International...

Approaching to the end of the Visegrad Summer School the participants could discuss about the...

“We are in the war and first victims are women” started the stormy debate about the women rights...

The 14th Visegrad Summer School has ended

The 14th Visegrad Summer School has already ended. For two weeks, 50 young Europeans from 12 countries discussed the most important sociopolitical topics for East-Central Europe and the world, including security and economic cooperation, as well as identity and history, at Villa Decius.

The inaugural lecture entitled “Ukraine, Greece and the European Crisis” was delivered by Professor...

The last day of the 14th Visegrad Summer School

The last day of the 14th Visegrad Summer School started with the presentation of International Visegrad Fund as a tool of regional cooperation held by Dana Pekaríková.

During the interesting discussion the participants could  ask about the possible grants, scholarships and residencies. The expert talked also about the history of International Visegrad Fund, it’s main aims and project...

Media or propaganda - freedom and responsibility

Approaching to the end of the Visegrad Summer School the participants could discuss about the power of words and propaganda in the media with writers, journalists and academics such as Ziemowit Szczerek, Samuel Abraham, Wojciech Przybylski and Karol Szyndzielorz.

In the beginning there was an interview between Ziemowit Szczerek the author of “Siódemka” (Seven), whose title refers to the...

Solidarity according to women

“We are in the war and first victims are women” started the stormy debate about the women rights Jeannette Bougrabis, a French lawyer and politician. About the problem of discrimination women in their countries talked also Magdalena Vášáryová, a member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, Jana Smiggels Kavková,...

Refugees, migrants and stateless persons

On Tuesday the participants took part in the lectures about the most important universal values. Both of two experts Paweł Filipek and Katarzyna Przybysławska focused on the basic human rights.

In the beginning of the lecture Paweł Filipek presented the definition of human rights. “Is happiness a human right?” – he asked a controversial question and admitted that not everything can be...

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The Visegrad Summer School co-creates the Platform for Advanced Studies – a project co-financed by the National Bank of Poland. Its main objective is to develop a platform for advanced studies which serves acquiring advanced knowledge in the area of culture and economics.

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