Jean Monnet Lecture Series: ‘Young Peoples’ Identities in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary’ -26th Octo

Dear colleague you are warmly invited to,

‘Young Peoples’ Identities in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary: changes and continuities’ lecture by Professor Alistair Ross, 26th October at London Metropolitan University

This third lecture in the Jean Monnet Lecture Series: Border Crossings, Moving Borders, will look at young people in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary – what are sometimes called the Visigrad states. All four countries have been through major political, economic and social changes in the past two decades: how much have these impacted on the young people born since 1989? Do they have different constructions of their understanding of their country, and of Europe, than their parents or grandparents? The lecture will present the results of a series of focus groups in which over 250 young people, in small groups, discussed their ideas about their identities and futures.

The lecture will take place on Wednesday 26th October from 5.30-7pm in Room GCG-08, Graduate Centre, London Metropolitan University, London N7 8DB. The lecture is free of charge but places are limited. If you wish to attend please contact Angela Kamara on a.kamara@londonmet.ac.uk
Please feel free to print and circulate the attached flyer and forward this e-mail to those who you think may be interested.

Best wishes,
Angela Kamara

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