ISU 2020 is special this year for two reasons: it is the 25th anniversary of our summer universities in Kőszeg, and with the COVID-19 situation it will be our first online ISU. Our goal is to review the last three decades and the present, and answers to the question: where are we heading?
A new article was released in Civil Szemle written by prof. Ferenc Miszlivetz.
A brand new article was released in Journal of Global Policies and Governance written by the iASK director, prof. Ferenc Miszlivetz.
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.
The Sustainability of Ideals and Re-Evaluation of Values Across Continents – UNESCO IWS 2020 at iASK Kőszeg
Seminar at the Széchenyi István University Doctoral School of Regional Sciences and Business Administration
Date: 5th March, 2020., 2.30 pm
Venue: Széchenyi István University Doctoral School of Regional Sciences and Business Administration, ‘New Knowledge Space’ building Room 230.
30 Years on the Path of Reforms. Problems, Challenges, Prospects organized by the Centre of Visegrad Studies of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
Central Europe 2020 and Beyond – Reflections on the Book by Emil Brix and Erhard Busek ”Central Europe Revisited”
Date: 12 February 2020 4 p.m.
Venue: Budapest H-1051 Széchenyi tér 9. HAS Main Building 1st floor – Lecture Hall
Application deadline: 31 January 2020
“In What and Whom Do We Trust? The Sustainability of Ideals and Re-evaluation of Values Across Continents”
The Hungarian County Daily Newspaper Vas Népe’s article is available only in Hungarian!