Kultura Liberalna

Kultura Liberalna

Kultura Liberalna is a non-profit, socio-political weekly magazine devoted to modernising liberal thought in line with upcoming theoretical and practical challenges. In her publications the magazine also strives to apply liberal ideals to the Central European historical experience.
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06.05.2015

The end of the democratic world

TTT debate transcripts
MK 150 150

This is a transcript of the Kultura Liberalna seminar Byliśmy głupi [We were stupid], which featured Polish philosopher Marcin Król discussing the Round Table and other critical events of 1989 with the Kultura Liberalna employees Łukasz Pawłowski and Tomasz Sawczuk. To read the transcript or to proceed to its Polish-language original, click here.

04.12.2014

Work for all? On the future role of the state

A Kultura Liberalna TTT debate
state provision

The state of tomorrow Kultura Liberalna host a discussion looking at the future of the state. In a time in which states are increasingly looking weak, yet simultaneously are becoming expected to do more and more, the guests look at Western examples - both good and bad - and ask what is possible for the Polish state and how it can be realistically reformed to meet the challenges of the future. Watch the video highlights!

29.10.2014

(Dis)trusting one another. The various faces of the other in contemporary Europe.

A Kultura Liberalna TTT debate
religions150

A failed experiment...? Kultura Liberalna tackles the problem of a re-emergent European right, looking at the status of multiculturalism in Europe and asking what steps we need to take to emerge from the fear of the other, which seems to presently be retaking much of the continent. Has multiculturalism failed and what is the future of migration in Europe?
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22.10.2014

It will get worse

A Kultura Liberalna TTT debate
Spain protest

The blame game Kultura Liberalna asked how to tackle youth unemployment and resolve the crisis of trust in our labour markets. With high profile speakers, including Peter Szumlewicz and Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, this debate sought to analyse where the problems really lie in today's economic malaise and how these can be overcome to provide us all with a brighter future.
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