Date and time of the event: 10 June 2016 (Friday), 10:30-13:00
Venue: Taste Loffice, Paulay Ede utca 55, Budapest, 1061
Last year, Policy Solutions and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung launched a program entitled “Politics and Classes” in order to have a better understanding of the lifestyles, values and habits of the typical supporters of Hungarian political parties. Based on an opinion poll, 20 different social groups were identified and photographed by the internationally awarded photojournalist Ákos Stiller. For presenting the social documentary photographs an exhibition was also organised. Now the photos and the descriptions of the Hungarian voting groups are published in a bi-lingual photobook.
The book launch event starts with the opening remarks by Jan Niklas Engels (FES) and Tamás Boros (Policy Solutions), followed by the introductory speech of aesthete and film critic András Réz. The event will feature a panel discussion about the Hungarian voting groups where experts investigate the typical Hungarian voters from different perspectives. The speakers of the panel include Ákos Kozák sociologist, director of Gfk Hungary, Kornélia Magyar political analyst, director of Progressive Institute, and Ákos Stiller photojournalist at HVG. The discussion will be moderated by Szilvia Varró, journalist, director of XKK.
You can find the detailed programme of the event here
We provide a free copy of the photobook to all participants of the event.
Participation in the event is free of charge, but registration is required. Please register before 7 June 2016 at email@example.com.
The language of the event is English and Hungarian, interpretation is provided.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the event.
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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