From Populist, Illiberal Political Narratives to Conspiracy Theories and Fake News in the Visegrád Region and Beyond

From Populist, Illiberal Political Narratives to Conspiracy Theories and Fake News in the Visegrád Region and Beyond

0 comments

Narrative report on the workshop entitled “From Populist, Illiberal Political Narratives to Conspiracy Theories and Fake News in the Visegrád Region and Beyond” organised by the Hungarian Europe Society on 7 June 2018 in Budapest and related activities in the “Open Space, Regional Networking, Mediatisation of Politics” project.

Relevant Open Space Publication
AttachmentSize
PDF icon Narrative Report91.13 KB
The analysis of the Hungarian Europe Society on the Hungarian situation entitled "Tyranny and Hope" to the invitation of the V21 Group was published in September 2019. Related CONFERENCE
Where Does the PERC-index Stand? or from EU Destructivists to Federalists: the Relationship of Hungarian Parliamentary Parties towards the European Union" is the title of the second report by the research team of the Hungarian Europe Society published on 20 March, 2014.
The final report entitled "The Response of the Visegrad Countries to the Refugee Crisis" was completed by the Hungarian Europe Society at the end of September 2016. The authors are István Hegedűs, Györgyi Kocsis, Kata Nagy, András Schweitzer, Zsófia Stahl, Erzsébet Strausz, Erik Uszkiewicz,...
The book gives replies to the following questions:
Report and analysis by the Hungarian Europe Society Authors: István Hegedűs, Kata Nagy, Erik Uszkiewicz