Civil society

Civil society of Central and Eastern Europe – between transformation and globalization.1 (room 1.12)-4th March

PART 1(10.15 – 12.15)

Peculiarities of civil society in Central and Eastern Europe. Civil society and the state

  1. Antonie Dolezalowva Civil society's limitationsOlena Synytska, Ideological Clichés in Ukrainian Literary Criticism of the 1990s
  2. Daniel Płatek Civil society or civilian society? Post-war Poland in the perspective of historical sociology
  3. Victor Khroul  Civil Society and mass media transformation in Russia: challenges and hopes for values dialogue

PART 2 (12.30-14.00)

  1. Aleksandra M. Duda Semi-authoritarianism as a context for civil society mobilization
  2. Lela Rekhviashvili, Role of civil society in neoliberal state (about Georgia)
  3. Marko Kovacic,The impact of civil society on democratic consolidation: A comparative analysis of Croatia and Serbia

PART 3 (15.30 – 17.00)

Civil society from local perspective

  1. Katarzyna Zajda  Non-governmental organizations as part of rural civil society. The specificity and significance in the context of the transformation of the Polish countryside
  2. Karolina Koziura Symbolic power and dependence. Local community towards the NGOs project. The case of town of Chernivtzi in Western Ukraine
  3. Ewa Polak Local conceptions of Civil Society – case of Ekaterinburg (Russian Federation)


Civil society of Central and Eastern Europe – between transformation and globalization. 2 5th March

PART 1 (9.30 – 11.30)

Civil society and the youth

  1. Tetyana Vasilyeva Peculiarities of Legal Consciousness Of Ukrainian and Polish Youth in Transformation  World
  2. Erin Saltman Civil Society: Radical Right Culture and the Youth in Hungary
  3. Oleksandr Svyetlov Ukrainian state policies towards Civil Society Organizations

PART 2 (12.00-14.00)

Role of intellectuals in civil society

  1. Anele Vosyliute, Lithuanian sociology: towards diversity
  2. Sorin Borza and  Ioana Albu, On the Intellectuals in the East and the New Consensus Culture
  3. Gabriel C. Gherasim and Raluca Moldovan,  The Betrayal of the Intellectuals? The Failure of the Civic Alliance Project in Romania after December 1989 

PART 3 (16.00 – 18.00)

Gender- transformation

  1. Hasan Jashari, Impact of democratisation in the Gender issues and othernes in Macedonian society
  2. Grzegorz Wójcik, The Transformation of gender roles in family sphere after political transition 1989 in Poland
  3. Jakub Morawski, Third-wave feminism in the age of Polish "Early-late" capitalist
  4.  Lesia Parno, Influence of the EaP on the Women's Empowerment in Ukraine (Comparative Analysis)
  5. Olga Cretu - East-West Migration: Post-Soviet Women Migrants in the UK