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4th December 2017 – Dissidents today – from anti-communism to anti-liberalism? – The Red House, Sofia

21st November 2017 – Utopia, modernisation, terror – 100 years on from October 1917 – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

20th & 27th November 2017 – In the margins of Europe: Russia – CCCB & CIDOB, Barcelona

15th November 2017 – Good populism, bad populism? – deBuren & the Institute of Ideas, Brussels

9th November 2017 – The end of a post-revolutionary utopia. A Central European view – The Red House, Sofia

8th November 2017 – Revolutions and the avant-garde: visual footnotes of the great and the damned October Revolution – The Red House, Sofia

7th November 2017 – Revolutions and their children – revolutionary legacies: 1917 and 1989 – The Red House, Sofia

29th October 2017 – What is liberalism? – Battle of Ideas 2017, Institute of Ideas, London

28th October 2017 – Is there a culture war against populism? – Battle of Ideas 2017, Institute of Ideas, London

28th – 29th October 2017 – Battle of Ideas 2017 – Institute of Ideas, London

25th October 2017 – A crisis of liberalism? A conversation with Ognyan Minchev – The Red House, Sofia

2nd – 23rd September 2017 – Revolution or resistance? – CCCB, Barcelona

22nd – 24th September 2017 – Revolution! Vienna Humanities Festival 2017 – IWM, Wien Museum & Time to Talk, Vienna

27th June 2017 – Re:Thinking Europe with Philipp Blom & Kalypso Nicolaïdis – De Balie, Amsterdam

9th – 10th June 2017 – Times of resistance – CZKd & CCFD, Terre Solidaire, Belgrade

21st June 2017 – Rising pressure – media freedom across Europe – Index on Censorship, London

1st June 2017 – Memory and countermemory for the future – Memorial, Moscow

25th May 2017 – Alien media in Poland – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

18th May 2017 – Visions of women’s liberation, 1917-1936 – Memorial, Moscow

10th May 2017 – How Trump might save the EU – De Balie, Amsterdam

6th April 2017 – Law and Justice’s welfare state – Poland for Beginners – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

27th February 2017 – Erdoğan – the new father of Turkey? – De Balie, Amsterdam

6th February – 13th March 2017 – The Barcelona debate: old Europe, new utopias – CCCB, Barcelona

8th February 2017 – Does anti-European rhetoric offer alternatives to European democracy? – The Red House, Sofia

25th January 2017 – An end to the old order? Scenarios for the end of union – Kultura Liberalna, Warsaw

18th January 2017 – Dressing to oppress: why dress codes and freedom clash – Index on Censorship, London

13th January 2017 – Democracy in Europe: Hungary – De Balie and Tilburg University, Amsterdam

29th November – 2nd December 2016 – Aktionstage: refugees – migration – democracy – multiple organisers, Vienna

22nd November 2016 – Brexit: a victory for democracy or fact-free politics? – de Buren and the Institute of Ideas, Brussels

11th – 13th November 2016 – Central European Forum 2016: antidotes to despair – Project Forum, Bratislava

1st November 2016 – Redefining foreign correspondence – Index on Censorship and the London Press Club, London

1st November 2016 – The crisis of the European Union – limits, values and alternatives – Depo, Istanbul

22nd – 23rd October 2016 – Battle of Ideas 2016: free speech allowed – Institute of Ideas

10th October 2016 – Diversity: empowering some, silencing others? – De Balie and the Institute of Ideas, Amsterdam

10th October 2016 – Globalisation and nationalism – CCCB, Barcelona

27th September 2016 – Migration to and from Europe – Freiblickinstitut, Berlin

23rd – 25th September 2016 – Vienna Humanities Festival 2016 – IWM, Wien Museum and TTT, Vienna

15th September 2016 – The state of Turkey – London Review of Books and Index on Censorship, London

12th September 2016 – Turkey beyond the headlines – Asia House and Index on Censorship, London

8th July 2016 – Free speech now? How much freedom of speech can we tolerate? – Freiblickinstitut, Berlin

4th July 2016 – The collapse of the new order? From transition to crisis – Project Forum, Bratislava

22nd June 2016 – Stories of each other: do we care? – Free Word and Counterpoints Arts, London

21st June 2016 – Taboos: what’s the point? – Free Word, Fritt Ord and Index on Censorship, Oslo

21st June 2016 – The price of media dependency: the media, banks and offshore financing – The Red House, Sofia

15th June 2016 – Illiberal democracy: the future of freedom – Free Word and Index on Censorship, London

14th June 2016 – Does fiction have a stronger impact than journalism? – Index on Censorship at the Big Bookend Festival, Leeds

7th June 2016 – Is Europe taking a right turn? – Time to Talk and Wiener Festwochen, Vienna

6th June 2016 – Reading Orwell today: on freedom and the right to tell people what they don’t want to hear – CCCB, Barcelona

1st – 3rd June 2016 – Re:Creating Europe – De Balie and DutchCulture, Amsterdam

31st May 2016 – Against silence: on freedom of expression in Europe – Time to Talk and Wiener Festwochen, Vienna

28th May – 25th June 2016 – Jacek Kuroń Festival 2016 – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

25th May 2016 – Social Europe: a progressive utopia or a bitter necessity? – deBuren and Poliargus, Brussels

5th May 2016 – Free speech in Central Europe: where are the boundaries? – Project Forum, Bratislava

19th April 2016 – What are the merits of economic contraction, is degrowth the way forward? – deBuren, Brussels

14th April 2016 – Alisa Ganieva: challenging the Russian narrative – Free Word, London

7th April 2016 – Do we need economic growth? – Freiblickinstitut, Berlin

5th April 2016 – ARTICLE 19 in discussion with Andrei Sannikov – ARTICLE 19, London

30th March 2016 Europe: too big to fail? – De Balie, Amsterdam

16th March 2016 – Is there an alternative to the growth imperative? – Free Word and Rethinking Economics, London

10th – 11th March 2016 – The next reset? The West and Russia between the Crimea and ISIS

9th March 2016 – Is degrowth a realistic alternative to today’s growth imperative? – The Red House, Sofia

4th March 2016 – Exit Europe? – European Alternatives/Talk Real, London

10th February 2016 – Jihad: a British story – Free Word, London

8th February 2016 – Towards a new Europe? – European Alternatives/Talk Real, Berlin

27th January 2016 – What’s the taboo? – Index on Censorship, London

25th November 2015 – The secure and the dispossessed: how the military and corporations are shaping a climate changed world – Red Pepper, Transnational Institute and Free Word, London

24th November 2015 – The limits of EU solidarity: has Europe forgotten Ukraine and Greece? – The Red House, Sofia

13th – 17th November 2015 – CEF 2015: everyone is lying – Project Forum, Bratislava

13th November 2015 – Futures: poetry of the Greek crisis – Penned in the Margins and Free Word, London

12th November 2015 – Should euthanasia be legalised? – Freiblickinstitut, Berlin

29th October 2015 – The exodus to Europe: has migration highlighted a European crisis of social solidarity? – The Red House, Sofia

23rd October 2015 – Enduring legacies: Ernst van Alphen on transgenerational trauma and approaches to the memorialisation of the Holocaust and the Gulag – Memorial, Moscow

16th October 2015 – A betrayal of human rights? – Depot, Vienna

8th October 2015 – Beyond the public sphere, towards the commons – Krytyka Polityczna and Praktyka Teoretyczna, Warsaw

7th October 2015 – Sustainable development goals? – Depot, Vienna

1st October 2015 – Is solidarity in Europe fading? – Freiblickinstitut, Berlin

10th – 13th September 2015 – Lector in Fabula, 2015 – The future of politics – Fondazione Giuseppe Di Vagno, Conversano

27th – 30th August 2015 – Krytyka Polityczna and friends: the Central Eastern Europe Meeting, 2015 – Krytyka Polityczna, Cieszyn

1st July 2015 – Silenced on campus – are our universities safe-guarding free expression? – Index on Censorship, London

29th June 2015 – A Trojan horse or a trading cornucopia? The pros and cons of the proposed transatlantic partnership – The Red House, Sofia

10th June 2015 – The new civility: are religious freedom and freedom of speech intertwined? – Index on Censorship, Leeds

27th May 2015 – Democracy and religious diversity – CCCB, Barcelona

22nd May – 11th June 2015 – Festiwal Kuronia 2015 – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

11th May 2015 – In plight? Traditional media in the digital age – Depot, Vienna

6th May 2015 – The end of the democratic world – Kultura Liberalna, Warsaw

23rd April 2015 – On politically engaged art – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

21st April 2015 – Open borders? The opportunities and the difficulties associated with migration – Freiblickinstitut, Berlin

17th April 2015 – Remembering the First World War one hundred years on – Memorial, Moscow

6th April 2015 – Does migration intensify distrust in institutions? – The Red House, Sofia

24th March 2015 – Conceptualising capitalism: how the misuse of key concepts impedes our understanding of modern economies – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

16th March 2015 – Citizenship. A lecture by Seyla Benhabib – CCCB, Barcelona

8th February 2015 – Georg Schöllhammer on Local Modernities – VCRC, Kyiv

15th January 2015 Is there more than meets the eye to Poland’s history of the transition? – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

20th December 2014 What does Europe want? – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

12th December 2014 Why are gender issues so important in Poland? – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

4th December 2014 Work for all? On the future role of the state – Kultura Liberalna, Warsaw

19th November 2014 Can teenagers be trusted with the vote? – Free Word, London

14th – 17th November 2014 The Central European Forum, 2014 – Us and Them – Project Forum, Bratislava

13th November 2014 Contemporary news media and fractured bonds of trust – Depo, Istanbul

12th November 2014 25 years after 1989: what has happened to trust in organisations? – The Red House, Sofia

12th November 2014 The vote against the EU: populism or protest? – de Buren and the Institute of Ideas, Brussels

10th November 2014 25 years after 1989: what has happened to media provision in Bulgaria? – The Red House, Sofia

6th November 2014 25 years after 1989: what happened to the idea of social equality? – The Red House, Sofia

31st October 2014 Quo vadis, Czech education? – Agora CE, Jablonec nad Nisou

29th October 2014 (Dis)trusting one another. The various faces of the other in contemporary Europe – Kultura Liberalna, Warsaw

22nd October 2014 It will get worse – Kultura Liberalna, Warsaw

22nd October 2014 Eyes wide shut? Will the future of journalism mean we are better informed? – Index on Censorship and the Frontline Club, London

22nd October 2014 Teenage maternity – Agora CE, Prague

21st October 2014 Europe and the crisis in the Ukrainian Republic – deBuren, Brussels

13th October 2014 Biometric information and data protection – Depot, Vienna

30th September 2014 Trust and the environment – Free Word, London

26th September 2014 Autumn of work: the right to indolence – Krytyka Polityczna, Łódź

25th September 2014 Special economic zones – profit or exploitation? – Krytyka Polityczna, Łódź

25th September 2014 We are realists, we demand the impossible – Krytyka Polityczna, Cieszyn

25th September 2014 We have a right to know! – Krytyka Polityczna, Wrocław

22nd September 2014 Coercion, prestige or privilege? On the social significance of work in contemporary capitalism – Krytyka Polityczna, Łódź

18th September 2014 I hate politics! On people’s cynicism and the dissolution of trust – Kultura Liberalna, Warsaw

13th September 2014 What kind of integration do we need? – Krytyka Polityczna, Gdańsk

3rd September 2014 Everything you wanted to know about the Maidan, but were too afraid to ask – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

28th – 31st August 2014 Lost in transition – Krytyka Polityczna, Cieszyn

24th June 2014 The perception of the judiciary and the relationship between the rule of law and social insecurities – Depo, Istanbul

4th – 6th June 2014 The role of literature houses in protecting the space for free expression – Free Word, London

22nd May 2014 Ukraine three days before the presidential elections: a divided and tested country – BIH/BISLA, Bratislava

16th – 19th May 2014 Ukraine: thinking together – Co-operative debate, Kyiv

7th May 2014 Trust and new technology – Free Word, London

24th April 2014 Computer says no – Coolpolitics, Den Haag

24th April 2014 – The power of trust – Coolpolitics, Amsterdam

15th April 2014 Shoot the messenger. A look at trust and distrust in the media – Coolpolitics, Utrecht

10th April 2014 In the EU we (mis)trust – on the road to the EU elections – ECF and De Balie, Amsterdam

28th March 2014 Social insecurities and security politics – Depo, Istanbul

24th March 2014 Trust and the media: who do you believe – Free Word, London

29th November 2013The Amsterdam conversation 2013: the erosion of trust in our democratic infrastructure and the future of Europe – Felix Meritis, Amsterdam

15th – 17th November 2013Give citizenship a chance – Project Forum, Bratislava

14th October 2013 Free speech: should there be limits? – The Institute of Ideas and Agora Central Europe, Prague

25th June 2013Freedom of speech within the Bulgarian press – The Red House, Sofia

25th May 2013What does the future hold for us and for Russia? – The Sakharov Centre, Moscow

25th May 2013A time of hope or chaos? An historical evaluation of the events and reforms of the nineties – The Sakharov Centre, Moscow

25th May 2013Is Stalin still with us, why are we still talking about Stalin and Stalinism today? – The Sakharov Centre, Moscow

22nd – 23rd May 2013The dwarfing of Europe: a dialogue between Brazil, China, India and Europe – ECF, De Balie and Tilburg University, Amsterdam

15th March 2013The Eurozone crisis – a Keynesian response – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

8th March 2013Is it time to talk? – The Red House, Sofia

30th January 2013Forgotten Kingdoms – deBuren, Brussels

30th November 2012The Amsterdam conversation 2012: the cultural dimension of citizenship – Felix Meritis, Amsterdam

29th November 2012The European dream in times of crisis – De Buren, Brussels

28th November 2012Are we all going to become German? – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

28th November 2012How many more times will the big parties lose an election? – Agora, Prague

22nd November 2012People of Europe, rise up (3)! We are the people! – Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw

21st November 2012People of Europe, rise up (2)! Deprived of dignity. We are the people of Greece, Spain, Italy – Krytyka Polityczna, Gdansk

19th November 2012People of Europe rise up (1)! – Krytyka Polityczna, Lodz

15th – 18th November 2012Truth and Love – Project Forum, Bratislava

13th November 2012The political exclusion of Roma: from Katunitsa to Paris – The Red House, Sofia

6th November 2012(at) Home in Europe – Coolpolitics, Amsterdam

5th November 2012Whose solidarity, whose egoism? Crisis and European community – Krytyka Polityczna, Lodz

30th October 2012Asylum: is there European solidarity? – Depot, Vienna

20th October 2012 – Europe’s new far right: fear or fantasy? – Institute of Ideas, London

20th October 2012 – European Spring? – Institute of Ideas, London

20th October 2012 – The euro and the economy: the final countdown? – Institute of Ideas, London

20th October 2012 Is Europe…boring? – Institute of Ideas, London

20th October 2012Art versus Crisis – Coolpolitics, Amsterdam

19th October 2012A non-members view of the EU – Depot, Vienna

12th October 2012The Bulgarian nomads: what happens to Bulgarian workers in Europe? – The Red House, Sofia

8th October 2012Riots and revolutions: Europe’s young radicals? – Institute of Ideas, London

3rd October 2012Does today’s youth see in black and white: where does xenophobia come from? – Agora, Prague

1st October 2012Occupy in “European” – Depot, Vienna

28th September 2012A view from Spain: is this my Europe? – CIDOB, Barcelona

26th September 2012European Democracy 3.0 – Coolpolitics, Amsterdam

18th September 2012Where do we go after Orlov Most [Eagle’s Bridge]? – The Red House, Sofia

7th July 2012Grassroots Europe – Project Forum, Bratislava

13th June 2012The future of the welfare state – Agora, Prague

31st May 2012Will the EU be the death of Democracy? – Institute of Ideas, London

1st February 2012Between reason and religion – De Buren, Brussels

January 31st 2012Evening of indignation – De Buren, Brussels