Vierka Žuborová

Viera is a political scientist by background. She focuses her interests on issues of populism, extremism, civil society, political communication, intolerance, hate speech. She obtained her PhD at Olomouc University in Czech Republic. She worked for 10 years at Trnava University on various positions (vice-dean for research and strategic projects, head of department). She also worked as executive editor of the Slovak Journal of Political Science and as senior research fellow at the think-tank CENAA. In 2017 she was scholar-in-residence in the ISGAP at Oxford University and in 2010 visiting PhD scholar at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. From 2018 she is working as an expert and member of the working group “Civil society” under the Office of Government Representative for Civic Society. Currently she is also participating in the program “School without Hate” under IUVENTA – Slovak Youth Institute as an expert in the advisory and consulting board of experts.
Call for participants! YOUTH EXCHANGE!

Call for participants! YOUTH EXCHANGE!

Youth Exchange: Empowering young people to tell fake news from facts (PROOF) Dates of the exchange: 25.06.2022 – 01.07.2022 Place: Bratislava, Slovakia Participating countries: Slovakia, Italy,...

Michal Vašečka: Death of Faith in Decent Slovakia

Despite the fact that people connected to the previous government are sitting in pre-trial detention cells or in pre-trial detention, the preferential votes of...

Racism kills creativity and human potential

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