“Hungarian threat” as conspiracy stereotype in Slovakia

The recent representative opinion poll, conducted by the Institute for Public Affairs (IVO), has indicated how widely conspiracy stereotypes are spread in the minds of people in Slovakia. Up to 63 per cent of the interviewed respondents have expressed their belief (either in stronger or in weaker extent) that it is not Slovak government, which  Read more

September 25, 2013 in Analyses, News, Research, Slovakia

Many people believe that someone “pulls the strings”

The public opinion survey[i] conducted recently in Slovakia brought quite surprising findings – more than 60% of respondents agreed with the statement “Actually, it is not the government that runs the country: we don’t know who pulls the strings”. Out of them, 20% agreed strongly and another 43% tended to agree. Only 25% disagreed (either  Read more

August 19, 2013 in Analyses, News, Research, Slovakia

Demand for right-wing extremist politics in Slovakia: Findings of the DEREX project

Positions and influence of the radical-nationalist and right-wing extremist forces in Europe and prospects for their future activities are not only the topic of lively public debate (especially in the context of the ongoing economic and financial crisis), but also the subject of the detailed expert research.   Social factors of right-wing extremist politics On  Read more

August 10, 2013 in Analyses, News, Slovakia

Trust and conspiracy theories

In May, Counterpoint published a report on the French public’s interest in conspiracy theories. The findings were striking – 1 in 2 people believed that the government was not running the country and that they did not know who was pulling the strings. Moreover, 20 per cent believed that “some religious groups” and 27 per  Read more

July 3, 2013 in Analyses, France, News

Conspiracy Theories in France: Interim report

Counterpoint published its interim report on beliefs in conspiracy theories in France, as part of the project ”Rival political Narratives” with the Hungarian-based political consultancy Political Capital. Counterpoint’s focus countries for this project are France and Norway. The project is generously supported by the Open Society Foundations. As part of this project, Counterpoint is interested  Read more

May 6, 2013 in Analyses, France, News

The empire of conspiracy: the axiomatic role of antisemitism in the ideology of the Hungarian extreme right

“Ongoing genocide”, “Tracking the Rulers of the World”, “White Europe is under ultimate threat”, “Hungary: 100% Israel”. These are some typical titles you can see on the front page of Baridád (Barricade) magazine, the official weekly of the ultranationalist Hungarian Jobbik party. From the most archaic medieval-style conspiracy theories such as the murders of young  Read more

May 6, 2013 in Analyses, Hungary, News

The roots of radicalism and anti-Roma attitudes on the far right

This paper seeks to look more closely at the prevalence of anti-gypsy sentiment, which is one of the main pillars of Hungarian far-right movements. It will show which social groups and attitudes connect with the politically increasingly relevant anti-gypsy concept – a concept which, for all that it is extreme, has been widely accepted in Hungary in recent  Read more

March 4, 2013 in Analyses, Hungary, News, Research

Międzynarodowa wymiana studencka jako metoda redukcji uprzedzeń

Polska jest krajem charakteryzującym się bardzo małym zróżnicowaniem etnicznym. Zgodnie z wynikami Spisu Powszechnego w 2011r w polskim społeczeństwie zaledwie 1,46% populacji deklaruje inną niż polska przynależność etniczną. Oczywiście wynik ten jest istotnie zaniżony, między innymi ze względu na fakt trudności dodarcia to imigrantów, których często cechuje nieuregulowany status mieszkaniowy i brak rejestracji w odpowiednich  Read more

March 1, 2013 in Analyses, News, Poland

International student exchange programmes as an effective way to reduce prejudice

Poland is a virtually mono-ethnic country, where people born outside its borders constitute only about 2.7% of the population.[1] Such small numbers of foreigners lead to Poles having significantly fewer friends and acquaintances among people with a different ethnic origin or religious affiliation than their fellow Europeans. According to the Eurobarometer 2009 study, only 25%  Read more

March 1, 2013 in Analyses, News, Poland

Euroscepticism and the rise of right-wing parties in Poland

Ever since the political transition of 1989, Poland had been striving to become a member of the European Union. Accession, framed as a “comeback to Europe” and “the final end of the Cold War”1 was portrayed in a uniformly positive light both by the media and by the country’s political and intellectual elites. However, an  Read more

February 7, 2013 in Analyses, News, Poland

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