Europe’s future after the coronavirus

2020-06-12

 

A joint webinar organized by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

 

Date: 25 June 2020, 16:00-17:00
Venue: online event 
Language: Hungarian (with English interpretation) 

The coronavirus will inevitably change Europe, the history of the world and its political system. The question is whether the epidemic will change it for the better or for worse. Will it be the right-wing populist, the greens or the progressives who emerge stronger after the crisis? The answer is currently unknown: different scenarios are being played out in different countries, the future is not set in stone, and today’s political decisions are transforming our fate. What will our future look like? Are we going to turn inside? Are we going to open up? These are all questions we will discuss with our experts.

 

16:00-16:10    Opening

                        Beate Martin / Jörg Bergstermann, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

                        Péter Krekó, Political Capital

 

16:10-16:20    After the coronavirus – expected answers, reactions, outlooks

                         Péter Krekó – director, Political Capital

 

16:20-17:00    What is awaiting us after the virus?

Zoltán Lakner – political analyst, editor-in-chief of the weekly Jelen

Zsófia Nagy – social scientist, ELTE TáTK

  Moderator: Krisztina Bombera

 

Registration is required for participation in the event. Please register on the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BJYe8cIYSv2EzksrxKDzOQ

 

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