1989 and 2004: Years of Miracle?

1989 and 2004: Years of Miracle?

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István Hegedűs participated at the roundtable discussion following the launch of the video entitled "A European Success Story?" at the European Centre for Solidarity in Gdańsk. This event is part of the EUritage project which celebrates the 30th anniversary of Central European democratic revolutions as well as the 15th anniversary of their accession to the European Union. The project is led by WiseEuropa, Warsaw, together with the Institut für Europäische Politik in Berlin, Metropolitan University Prague, City of Gdańsk and the Hungarian Europe Society. It is co-financed by the European Commission within the framework of its Europe for Citizens programme. 

Watch the discussion HERE.

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