Is it Tomorrow Yet?

Sunday November 1st, 2020
[caption id="attachment_3291" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Photo: Central European Forum[/caption] The headline of Ivan Krastev's essay, written at the time when the pandemic was only beginning to gather momentum in Europe, channelled a childlike impatience: Is it tomorrow yet? No, it still...

Central European Forum 2019 / Bratislava

Wednesday November 6th, 2019
Photo: Peter Župník / Central European Forum CENTRAL EUROPEAN FORUM 2019: PUBLIC AGAINST FEAR  FOUR EVENINGS WITH CENTRAL EUROPEAN FORUM  2019 BRATISLAVA FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER Umelka Gallery, Dostojevského rad 2, Bratislava 18:30 Opening address  Bridget A. Brink (Her Excellency the Ambassador...

Central European Forum on Violence

Monday March 4th, 2019
An anniversary coming up in March may tempt many in Slovakia to celebrate something that is not celebrated officially: the founding of the wartime, Slovak state, a Hitler ally. We can expect some people to dust off our national coat-of-arms,...

Baghdad

Thursday February 7th, 2019
Documentary theatre about boys who chase butterflies and men who murder.  Theatre maker Enkidu Khaled was born in Baghdad, in 1985, during the war between Iraq and Iran. After the American invasion in 2003, he started out as a filmmaker....

Let’s Demand The Impossible!

Tuesday November 27th, 2018
Miklós Haraszti: "Let us offer powerful resistance to the second kidnapping of Central Europe." Something rotten. Misha Glenny (Great Britain), Slawomir Sierakowski (Poland), Paul Caruana Galizia (Malta) and Zuzana Wienk (Slovakia). Paul Caruana Galizia: "The Maltese government gradually kidnapped every institution until, eventually, the...