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17: Demokratie in Zentral- und Osteuropa: hinten nach oder einen Schritt voraus?

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Breakout / Democracy & Governance
in englischer Sprache

Sind die derzeitigen demokratischen Entwicklungen in Zentral- und Osteuropa (Ungarn, Polen, aber auch Mazedonien oder Russland) eine notwendige Phase in einer Entwicklung hin zu einer „reifen“ und stabilen Demokratie? Oder stellen sie einen Sprung über einige Entwicklungsstadien dar und deuten zu etwas Neuem, das jetzt auch den „alten“ Demokratien bevorsteht (und das man eventuell schon in den USA, Großbritannien und anderen westeuropäischen Ländern sehen kann)?

Head of Department, European Policy and the Study of Democracy, Danube University Krems - University for Continuing Education; Director and Founder, European Democracy Lab, European School of Governance, Krems
Chairman, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia
Intern-collaborator, South East European University - Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications, Skopje
Senior Advisor, Management Board, ERSTE Stiftung, Vienna Chair

Dr. Ulrike GUEROT

Head of Department, European Policy and the Study of Democracy, Danube University Krems - University for Continuing Education; Director and Founder, European Democracy Lab, European School of Governance, Krems

 Since 2016 Ulrike Guérot is Professor at Danube-University Krems and head of the department for European Policy and the Study of Democracy. Core activities of the department are both interdisciplinary research and network building. The main goal is to initiate a citizen-oriented and sustainable debate on key issues surrounding today’s Europe. Since September 2017 Ulrike Guérot is holder of Alfred-Grosser visiting professorship at the Goethe-University Frankfurt. Furthermore, she founded the Berlin based think tank "European Democracy Lab. The lab seeks to rethink and redesign European democracy. Currently, the lab is building a campaign platform advocating for both the principle of political equality beyond nation states and the empowerment of regional stakeholders within the EU-setup.
 Prior to her work in Krems and Berlin, Ulrike Guérot built up the office and served as Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations and lectured at various internationally renowned universities, such as Bucerius Law School Hamburg, John Hopkins University, INSEAD Singapore and Europa University Viadrina in Frankfurt. In addition she conducted research at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) on the topics of democracy and democratization. In April 2016 her first book 'Why Europe needs to become a republic! A political utopia' was published by Dietz. The principal idea of the book is the creation of a ‘European Republic’ based on the concept of equality in front of the law in a union of citizens. Her latest work 'The new civil war - the open Europe and its enemies', published by Ullstein is a bestseller in Germany. In this cutting edge pamphlet she describes the great divide throughout the European societies. She has been publishing widely in Germany, English and French on European, transatlantic and global issues in various newspapers, journals and books. In times of turmoil and crisis, Ulrike Guérot aims at creating a sustainable blueprint for Europe in the 21st century, which puts the citizen first.

Ivan KRASTEV

Chairman, Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia

 Ivan Krastev is the chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia and permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna. He is a founding board member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the Board of Trustees of The International Crisis Group and is a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times. In 2018-2019 Ivan is appointed as the Henry A. Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations at the John W. Kluge Center, Library of Congress. His latest books in English are 'After Europe' (UPenn Press, May 2017) 'Democracy Disrupted. The Global Politics on Protest' (UPenn Press, May 2014); 'In Mistrust We Trust: Can Democracy Survive When We Don't Trust Our Leaders?' (TED Books, 2013). He is a co-author with Stephen Holmes of a forthcoming book 'The Light that Failed' (with Penguin) on perils of the politics of imitation.

Dr. Saso ORDANOSKI

Intern-collaborator, South East European University - Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications, Skopje

1984 Free-lance journalist
1987-1989 Free-lance journalist
1985-1986 Journalist, weekly magazine "Mlad borec"
1989-1990 Deputy Editor-in-Chief, weekly magazine "Mlad borec"
1991-1992 Founder & Assistant Editor-in-Chief at the weekly newsmagazine "Puls"
1992-1994 Founder & CEO of the Macedonial Information Center (MIC)
1994-1996 CEO & Editor-in-Chief of the Macedonian National Television (MKTV)
1996 Unit Manager (MK team) of "The Peacemaker", the first feature produced by Production Company Dreamworks SKG
1996-1997 External Affairs, The World Bank Resident Mission, Skopje
1997 Co-founder, Forum Group; Editor-in-Chief, FORUM Magazine
Co-founder, NGO Forum - Center for Strategic Research & Documentation; Editor-in-Chief; ist Review "Forum Analytics"
since 2001 Macedonian Project Editor, Institute for War & Peace Reporting, London
2011-2014 Director for Media and Public Affairs at VEVE Group, Skopje
2015 Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna
since 2015 Program Manager at Forum´s Center for Strategic Research and Documentation

M.Sc. Franz Karl PRÜLLER

Senior Advisor, Management Board, ERSTE Stiftung, Vienna

1986-1988 BA International Studies, Webster University, St Louis, MO
1988-1996 Emergency Aid Coordinator, Caritas Austria, Vienna
1996-2005 Secretary General, International Programmes and Project Department, Caritas Austria, Vienna
2005-2012 Director, Social Development Programmes, ERSTE Foundation, Vienna
2008 M.Sc. Development Management, Open University, England
2012-2016 Member of the Board, ERSTE Foundation, Vienna
since 2016 Senior Advisor, Management Board, ERSTE Foundation, Vienna

Politische Gespräche

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26.08.2017

12:00 - 16:00Professional Programme „Die Zukunft unserer Welt“Partner
13:00 - 16:00Professional Programme on Strategies of InfluencePartner
13:00 - 16:00Sicherheitspolitik zwischen den GenerationenPartner

27.08.2017

07:00 - 10:00Professional Programme on Strategies of InfluencePartner
07:00 - 10:00Teuflische DiplomatiePartner
08:00 - 10:00Die US-Wahl 2016: ein Blick hinter die KulissenPlenary
08:00 - 09:30Kamingespräch mit Ruth Dreifuss: Frauen und MachtPartner
12:00 - 14:30Eröffnung: Werte und Visionen eines gemeinsamen EuropasPlenary
15:00 - 16:30Der Realität ins Auge blicken: das internationale System in den Griff bekommenPlenary
17:00 - 18:30Die USA, die EU und Russland: was ändert sich mit der neuen US-Regierung?Plenary

28.08.2017

06:30 - 07:30Höhenfrühstück 03: POLITICO Morning BriefingPlenary
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 01: Krieg und Demokratie in der Ukraine: Wege in die ZukunftBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 02: Von Konflikten zur kollaborativen Governance: mit Open Data und der „Intelligenz der Vielen“ zur Innovation des öffentlichen SektorsBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 03: Kann ich bleiben oder muss ich gehen? Die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf MigrationBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 04: Militärische Kooperationen zur Bewältigung sicherheitspolitischer HerausforderungenBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 05: Interessensausgleich in Zeiten abnehmenden sozialen ZusammenhaltsBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 06: Alternative Fakten, Provokationen und soziale Spaltung: über den richtigen Umgang mit PopulismusBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 07: Die EU auf dem Prüfstand: 60 Jahre Konflikt und Kooperation in EuropaBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 08: Geoengineering: politische Folgen, technische Möglichkeiten und RisikenBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 09: Genome Editing: Regulierung an der Grenze zur UngewissheitBreakout
08:00 - 10:30Breakout Session 11: Spannungsfeld Innovation: Tiefgehende Veränderung schaffenBreakout
10:30 - 11:30Kamingespräch mit Talia SassonPartner
10:30 - 12:00MittagsempfangBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 12: Digitale Sicherheit: Social MediaBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 13: Neue Freiheiten, alte Zwänge? Herausforderungen bei der Integration von weiblichen Flüchtlingen in ÖsterreichBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 14: Wissenschaftsbasierte Politikgestaltung in Zeiten der Post-Wahrheit?Breakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 15: Migration und Kunst: Europas neues NarrativBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 16: Wege aus dem Dublin-DilemmaBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 17: Demokratie in Zentral- und Osteuropa: hinten nach oder einen Schritt voraus?Breakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 18: Missionsorientierte Innovationspolitik in der PraxisBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 19: Das Ende eines teuren Krieges: Alternativen zu gescheiterter DrogenpolitikBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 20: Die Arktis: neue Narrative für ein umstrittenes TerritoriumBreakout
12:00 - 14:30Breakout Session 21: Demokratie neu denken: Was können wir von bottom-up demokratischen Innovationen lernen?Breakout
15:30 - 17:00Sicherheit und Freiheit in der digitalen ZukunftPlenary
17:30 - 19:00Green innovation: dringend & wichtig zugleichPlenary

29.08.2017

07:00 - 10:30Wege zur Nachhaltigkeit: von der Wahrnehmung zur VerhaltensänderungPlenary