Motto: I never think of the future. It comes soon enough. (Albert Einstein)
(Magyar) Intés az Őrzőkhöz! alcímet viselő jegyzet a www.ligetmuhely.com weboldalon jelent meg.
Hungary has become the scapegoat for the failure of left-liberalism which has overseen intolerable inequalities, a slowing of upward social mobility, mounting dissatisfaction with marginalization (Brexit, gilets jaunes, Lega, AfD). Leading article by György Schöpflin (Head of the Advisory Board od iASK)
We have got to identify general patterns behind the dysfunctions of our information flow, concerning the disease. A short leading article by László Z. Karvalics
The content of the workshop is available only in Hungarian!
Handling the Covid-19 coronavirus situation seems to be one of the biggest challenges of our post-’89 new world – but also a possibility to rethink and recalibrate European co-operation and maybe the entire European project. The end of a period and hopefully the beginning of another one.
You can access a report in Hungarian about Similarities and Differences – The Role of Hungarian Jewry in Hungary’s Modernization Academic Conference organized by iASK.
(Magyar) A Felsőbbfokú Tanulmányok Intézete (FTI-iASK) által megálmodott és 2019. szeptember végén Szombathelyen megrendezésre került Pannónia hangjai című koncert alapját a Pannon régió irodalmi, zenei örökségének kreatív interpretálása adta.
The Binder Trio’s concert premiere was one of the main events of the Etudes for Europe Programs by iASK in 2018
Climate change and epidemic are literally beyond belief. These do not favor any political, economic, social, religious or ethnic group.
Including the latest video-lecture by Daniel Brooks.