TTT locations

De Balie
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Located in Amsterdam's former District Court, De Balie provides the city with a multifaceted cultural platform. Hosting lectures, debates, screenings, exhibitions, plays and performances, De Balie combines creativity and hard-hitting analysis in an unpredictable and constantly evolving form.
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Understanding the populist turn: 10 lessons on populism
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With a cast of activists, researchers and academics, this debate will focus on ways in which people have taken decisive action against populism, looking at cases in Hungary and Switzerland and discussing proposals for building successful opposition & alternatives to populist movements.
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Understanding the populist turn: populism, an east-west divide?
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Ulrike Guérot, Jan-Werner Müller & Sławomir Sierakowski discuss populism's continued rise. This debate focuses on Europe's so-called east-west divide, analysing the different forms that populism takes throughout the continent and the socio-political factors behind such.
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Kultura Liberalna
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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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The Bruno Kreisky Forum
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The Kreisky Forum acts as a centre for dialogue, where politicians, scientists & intellectuals from all over the world can get together to exchange their views and ideas, to analyse complex issues and problems, to work out approaches to global solutions and to take a public stand on political events.
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Cynics or saints? The representational politics of disability
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Kultura Liberalna take a look at the recent disability protests, asking what needs to be done to help disabled people in Polish society and how we can avoid serious topics being reduced to vessels for political ambition and insincere promises.
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The Visual Culture Research Centre, Kyiv
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Kyiv's Visual Culture Research Centre is an up-and-coming Ukrainian centre of the arts, which seeks to dissolve the disciplinary boundaries between art, the humanities and politics. Members of VCRC also work closely together with Poland's Krytyka Polityczna, producing the Ukrainian version of their magazine.
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The Kyiv International – ‘68 NOW
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The team at Kyiv's VCRC organises its second Kyiv International, inviting an international cast of speakers and artists to look at the legacy of 1968 and how the emancipatory potential of the idea of the international can be mobilised against new conflicts and constructs designed to divide us.
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TTT Association
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A brief description of what the Time to Talk network is about, including information on its projects both past and present, the network's development and its raison d'être.
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Dilemmas of post-liberalism
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To what extent do those lamenting the current state of liberal democracy themselves bear responsibility for its downfall? Ivan Krastev & Christian Ultsch talk to David Goodhart about societal division and his own ideological journey from Etonian Marxist to a leading critic of modern liberal society.
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The Centre for Cultural Decontamination
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Belgrade's Centre for Cultural Decontamination looks to provide a space within which different, often underrepresented, groups can come togther. Promoting informal education, socio-political engagement, critical thinking and alternative and experimental cultural practices, the CZKD is an important contributor to Serbia's civil society.
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The Hungarian far right in light of the election results
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How has far right thought made it from the margins to the centre of Hungarian politics in the space of ten short years? In the light of the recent elections, the Kreisky Forum invited Péter Krekó to come to Vienna to speak on the radical right in Hungary.
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