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Allow me to immediately give a brief answer to the headline of this session “Towards an European public sphere?” - I do not think we have one yet, and I am slightly skeptical as to the pace of the development towards it.
On 10 April 2008, Judit Takács, research fellow at the Institute of Sociology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences made a presentation entitled „Homosexuality and LGBT discrimination” about her research project.
  Frank Burgdörfer, Ivayla Arabadzhieva, Hegedűs István
Open Forum Budapest on 8-10 May 2009 organised by the Hungarian Europe Society and the Germany-based NGO Citizens of Europe focused on the mismatch between the role of the European Union as a “civilizatory” power in the Western Balkans and the public attention in most of the member states.
Primarily three conditions determine quality and performance of journalism in a free, open society. First, the resources, in a broad meaning, which open up or restrain possibilities of action to journalists; secondly, the legal and political order which guarantees freedom and protection of...