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Exercise: Far-right marches through Bratislava

This exercise is linked to the article: UPDATED: Far-right marches through Bratislava.

This exercise is linked to the article: UPDATED: Far-right marches through Bratislava.

1. Try to describe the political spectrum - the various political parties and movements, as well as civic associations.

2. List any political and civic gatherings that you have heard or read about, either in your community or elsewhere.

3. What is extremism? Do you have any first-hand experience with extremists? Have you come across any extremist propaganda on the internet?

4. Do you know any anti-extremists?

5. Would you participate in an extremist or anti-extremist event? Why? What would you like the public to know?

6. What other ways of expressing your political (and other) views can you think of, and which do you prefer?

This exercise is published as part of Spectator College, a programme created by The Slovak Spectator with the support of Sugarbooks, a distributor of foreign language books.

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