01 Sep 2022 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm (CEST)
Reconciling European Strategic Autonomy with Transatlantic Relations: From TTC to a New Governance for the International Order
The aim of the workshop is to identify what are the main characteristics of new Euroscepticism, especially in Hungary and Slovakia and to give useful tools to the youth to fight against right-wing populism. This is why we wish to invite a Hungarian politician and an Italian political expert, to show the two sides of the problem, and help us to understand why our communities are susceptible to populism and how it is connected with Euroscepticism, especially for the new kind (soft) Euroscepticism.
16:00 ELF welcome
Milosz Hodun, member, Board of Directors, ELF (online)
16:10 How strong is Euroscepticism in Hungary and Italy and what we can do against it?
Bendek Farkas, International expert, Momentum
Giovanni Savoni, Professor, University di Parma
Andrea Virág, Director of Strategy, Republikon
Dániel Mikecz, Senior Researcher, Republikon
18:00 End of the event