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Debates on Europe Panel at ‘Geteilte Heimaten’

22 April 2021

We are looking forward to our event ‘Between Critique and Cohesion. Art and Culture in Divided Societies’ as part of the ‘Geteilte Heimaten’ congress, organised ...

Announcing ‘Budapest & Beyond’

20 April 2021

The first event in the Debates on Europe series took place in Budapest in 2012. Meanwhile, almost a decade on, Hungarian “illiberal democracy” has developed into ...

Anna Lengyel

16 April 2021

On 15 April our dear friend and colleague Anna Lengyel passed away. Even in her final months, Lengyel fought for the artists and cultural workers affected ...

Adrian Tahourdin on Brexit and Literature

11 February 2021

In today’s Debates Digital episode: What does Brexit mean for literature? Will the publishing industry, which is heavily dependent on international talent and exports ...

Ivaylo Ditchev on Bulgaria

3 December 2020

In today’s Debates Digital talk, cultural anthropologist Ivaylo Ditchev gives unique insight into the on-going anti-corruption protests that have spread across Bulgaria since July. ...

Angelina Kariakina on Ukraine

1 December 2020

The conflict in the eastern part of the country might be out of the headlines, but it is far from resolved, notes television journalist Angelina ...

Jan Carson on Northern Ireland and the UK

3 November 2020

Today, Jan Carson, writer and community facilitator, joins us from Belfast. Speaking about the situation on the ground, Carson reflects on Belfast’s decimated arts ...

Iryna Vidanava on the Protests in Belarus

28 October 2020

After thirteen “analogue” events, Debates on Europe moved into the digital sphere with Debates Digital: Text & Talks. This autumn, we continue with a series ...

‘On Current Affairs’ | The Protests at the Budapest University of Theatre and Film Arts

20 October 2020

A special talk focussing on the current protests at the Budapest University of Theatre and Film Arts, featuring László F. Földényi and ...