„The Future of the Visegrad Cooperation” - V4 Roadshow

INVITATION

The Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, in cooperation with the Széchenyi István University, have the pleasure to invite you the first event of the

V4 Roadshow

entitled

„The Future of the Visegrad Cooperation”

The discussion features

 

Andrzej Sadecki

Research Fellow

Central European Department of OSW

 

 

Nikolett Garai

Research Fellow

Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade

Tomáš Strážay

Senior Research Fellow

Slovak Foreign Policy Association

 

 

Vit Havelka

Research Fellow

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

 

Moderated by  

 

Dr. Eszter Lukács

Vice-rector for Education

Széchenyi István University

 

to be held on

9th May (Wed) 2018 at 13:30


Venue:

Széchenyi István University

Új Tudástér 230/2

Győr, Egyetem tér 1.

 

The event will be held in English.

 

The event is open to the public but registration is required.

Please register until 8 May at this hyperlink:

https://goo.gl/forms/eCWkHHpH6uzkFsst2

 

Please note that any audiovisual recording of the event can only be made upon the prior express, written approval of the organizers.


About the V4 Roadshow

 

From July 2017 to June 2018, Hungary is holding the rotating Presidency of the Visegrad Group for the fifth time. The importance of the Visegrad Cooperation - based on the principles of mutual trust, flexibility, and a focus on common traditions, values and interests which are guiding the V4 since its foundation in 1991 - has been growing recently. In line with the aims of the Hungarian V4 Presidency, the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade in cooperation with its partner institutions organises the V4 Roadshow during the spring semester in order to strengthen the social awareness of the Hungarian public on the V4.

The aim of the V4 Roadshow is to shed light on the current issues, challenges and prospects of the Visegrad Cooperation by organising roundtable discussions followed by a Q&A session in multiple Hungarian universities across the country with the help of researchers from our partner institutions in the Think Visegrad Network, hosting universities and organisations.

The interactive discussions cover the history, current situation and future challenges of V4 as well as its role in the EU, describing Hungarian interests as well as any possible disagreements.

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