Illiberalism has progressively develop into a staple in European political discourse. It shapes coverage and debates on immigration, multiculturalism and human rights. These points are actually charged with controversy, which makes it tough for the free press to navigate them.
This Friday, 16 June, Eurozine’s Polish companion New Japanese Europe and the Heinrich Böll Basis host a hybrid dialogue on the intricate interaction between illiberalism and the destiny of democracy. Be part of us on-line or in-person and add your inquiries to the dialog about how the world of publishing operates when anti-democratic sentiments are approaching. The occasion might be dwell streamed right here, at eurozine.com.
Adam Reichardt, editor and chief of New Japanese Europe and Agata Gontarczyk from the Heinrich Böll Basis are internet hosting the night.
The dialogue might be moderated by Elodie Thevenin, political science researcher specialised in parliamentary debates on migration, based mostly on the Jagiellonian College in Kraków.
Bartosz Panek is a radio characteristic documentary maker and writes for New Japanese Europe. Creator of the e book ‘Polish Tatars’ (2020)
Friday, 16 June 2023, 18:00-19:30 (CET)
Location: Spółdzielnia Ogniwo, Smolki 11a, 30-513 Kraków
On-line: Streaming hyperlink might be posted on this web page and here.