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International conference Policy Making and Politics at the Local Level

Economics Faculty of Technical University Košice (TUKE) is hosting a prestigious international educational event: „The 2nd POL-LOC Summer School: Policy Making and Politics at the Local Level: East/West experience in comparative perspective“. It is taking place in the first half of July with the participation of students and young university pedagogues from 15 European Countries.

Economics Faculty of Technical University Košice (TUKE) is hosting a prestigious international educational event: „The 2nd POL-LOC Summer School: Policy Making and Politics at the Local Level: East/West experience in comparative perspective“. It is taking place in the first half of July with the participation of students and young university pedagogues from 15 European Countries.

The programme contains a series of key lectures, seminars, workshops, discussion forums and social activities. Key lectures will be held by renowned foreign and domestic scholars: James Svara (USA), Helmut Wollmann (Germany), Ellen Wayenberg (Belgium), Ulrik Kjaer (Denmark), Attila Ágh (Hungary), Agnieszka Pawlowska (Poland), Georg Sootla (Estonia), Colin Copus (Great Britain), William Gilles (France), Arto Haveri (Finland), Darina Malová (Slovakia), Maroš Finka (Slovakia), René Matlovič (Slovakia) and Ján Buček (Slovakia). Partner academic facilities represent the following European countries: Belgium, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Croatia, Macedonia, Hungary, Moldova, Germany, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

The event is primarily financed thanks to the grant scheme Erasmus IP.
POL-LOC is sponsored by: the International Visegrad Fund, Tatra Banka Foundation, Foundation of St. Archangel Michael, Embassy of the United States of America in Slovakia, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
– Bratislava office, the National scholarship fund, Municipality a.s., the City of Košice, ZMOS, SMO ČR, the International Association Carpathian Region, SACR, Hotel Maraton**** Košice, AquaPark Poprad, Ozex, Plaza Beach Salt Works, Coca-Cola Czech Republic, McDonald’s Slovakia,CAMELOT restaurant & café, Centrum of Economic education ngo, ARR Košice ngo, E-zone Technologies, Heineken Slovakia, Krotuchem, ChocoSuc Partner, Elfa and MABEL Media.

Professional organisations: RSA, EUROLOC, Slovak section ERSA, OLA and IMODEV.

Media partners: Acta Politologica, BEST Košice, Corvinus Regional Studies, Dimenzie, EurActiv.sk, Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, IN STORE Slovakia, Korzár, lokalnipolitika.cz, City information centre Košice, Obecné noviny, Public Policy News, Region Direct, Slovak Politological Revue, Student information and consultation centre TUKE, TV Naša, TV Patriot, TV Region, Urbanita, Municipality and Webnoviny.sk

With the patronage of the Mayor of the City of Košice and the Dean of the Economics Faculty of the Technical University of Košice.

For more information please visit: www.polloc.eu

Alica Fedoriková, Daniel Klimovský

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