It is the mission of iASK to bring together a critical mass of intellectually open, courageous and knowledge-sharing practitioners – those that know that everything is at risk and that conventional research will simply not do, only creative and unusual combinations of ideas.
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Opening speech by Ferenc Miszlivetz (director of iASK) On his right: Katalin Bogyay (Permanent Representative of Hungary to the UN) On his left: Erhard Busek (former vice-chancellor of Austria, Chair of Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe)
Géza Jeszenszky (historian, former Minister of foreign Affairs, Hungary): The Crisis of European Narratives – Where is Central Europe?
The Crisis of European Narratives – Where is Central Europe? György Schöpflin (MEP), Attila Pók (ELTE, iASK), Valér Veres (BBU, Cluj-Napoca)
Dr. Bo Lidegaard (historian, Denmark): Reflections on the 1956 Revolution at the UN and Beyond
New Wars – Security, Terrorism and Technologies of Surveillance: Chair: Attila Pók (ELTE, iASK), Panelists: James M. Skelly (iASK), Lidija Georgieva (UNESCO Chair in Intercultural Studies and Research, Skopje)
Migration – Reflections and Solutions: Chair: Jody Jensen (iASK) Panelists: Goran Gumze (Alma Mater University, Maribor), Aiski Ryökäs (MIGSZOL), Nikola Ivanovski (Lastmanfilms)
Austerity vs. Social Cohesion in Europe: Chair: Jody Jensen, Panelists: László Andor (Corvinus), Stuart Holland (iASK, University of Coimbra), Marjorie Jouen (Jacques Delors Institute)