October 10th, 2015 AAAA
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Victor Martinovic comments on Svetlana Alexievich Nobel Prize
Gianni Pittella talks about the future of the left-wing in Europe and the migrant crisis.
Poland decided not to stay in a remote corner
The ultimate task for Ukraine is not to move the country away from Russia but to modernize its state institutions and re-build its social contract. Both Ukraine and the West should promise less and deliver more. The way out of reacting from the current damage control mode is a combination of continued pressure, critical engagement, as well as increased assistance for Ukraine.
Money has always been inseparable from politics and in a democratic framework unregulated spending can potentially corrupt the whole system. The Czech Republic’s current political monetary oversight has largely been ineffective in tracking fund flows within the political system.
The Hungarian government stated that the nuclear power plant project in Paks is the deal of the century. The question is: for whom? Although the government has not presented Hungarian taxpayers any official calculations regarding the project’s financial feasibility, independent experts say this is surely not a good deal for the Hungarian society.

Current grant projects

Curatorial Meetings / Video 4—Online Videoart Show
Video 4 is a contemporary video works selection from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
Prague, CZ
Film screening
ProtimluvFest 2015
ProtimluvFest is a 3-day-long international literary festival promoting the literature and culture of Visegrad countries. The festival is held annually in the middle of October in the city of Ostrava near the Czech–Slovak–Polish borders.
Ostrava, CZ
Literary festival
Starting press conference on the project
Chernihiv, UA

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