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How much EU do Hungarians want?

We cordially invite you to the book launch of “How much EU do Hungarians want? Pro-EU and Eurosceptic attitudes in Hungary” – a new publication by Policy Solutions.

Date 2022-05-27 10:00


Venue Európa Pont - 1024 Budapest, Lövőház utca 35.


We cordially invite you to the book launch of “How much EU do Hungarians want? Pro-EU and Eurosceptic attitudes in Hungary” – a new publication of Policy Solutions, supported by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

After the presentation of our new research, a panel discussion will take place. Our distinguished guests will discuss Hungary's relationship with the EU, and the potential directions of Hungary’s future EU policy. 

Date and time of the event: 27 May 2022 (Friday), 10:00-12:00

Venue: Európa Pont (1024 Budapest, Lövőház utca 35.)

Registration: https://forms.gle/KhfKESbqkXyz9UZ28

Programme: 
 

10:00–10:10 – Opening remarks

Jörg Bergstermann, Co-director of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung’s Budapest office 

10:10–10:30 – Presentation of "How much EU do Hungarians want? Pro-EU and Eurosceptic attitudes in Hungary”

András Bíró-Nagy, Director, Policy Solutions

10:30–12:00 – Panel discussion – Hungary’s relationship with the EU: How should Hungary’s EU policy look like?

Anna Donáth, Member of the European Parliament (Momentum)

Sándor Rónai, Member of the European Parliament (DK)

István Ujhelyi, Member of the European Parliament (MSZP)

Moderator of the event: Krisztina Bombera

The official language of the conference is Hungarian. English translation will be provided.

About Us

Policy Solutions is a progressive political research institute based in Budapest. It was founded in 2008 and it is committed to the values of liberal democracy, solidarity, equal opportunity and European integration. The focus of Policy Solutions’ work is on understanding political processes in Hungary and the European Union. Among the pre-eminent areas of our research are the investigation of how the quality of democracy evolves, the analysis of factors driving euroscepticism, populism and the far-right, and election research. 

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