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Central European Perspectives on the Challenges of COVID and Brexit

Cambridge Central European Conference 2021, in partnership with Cambridge Polish Studies and the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies (CamCREES), marked the 30th anniversary of the Visegrad Cooperation by bringing together Central European perspectives on two of most pressing issues of the present day, the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit, via two roundtable discussions reflecting on important developments and common challenges in the region. 


V4 Ambassadorial Roundtable (4 March 2021)

H.E. Dr. Arkady Rzegocki, the Ambassador of Poland to the United Kingdom
H.E. Dr. Ferenc Kumin, the Ambassador of Hungary to the United Kingdom
H.E. Dr. Robert Ondrejcsak, the Ambassador of Slovakia to the United Kingdom

Dr. Zsuzsanna Varga, Lecturer, University of Glasgow


V4 Academic Roundtable (18 March 2021)

Dr. Olga Gyarfasova, Assistant Professor, Comenius University (Slovakia)
Dr. Sandor Gallai, Associate Professor, Corvinus University (Hungary)
Dr. Mikolaj Kunicki, Adjunct Professor, University of Wroclaw (Poland)
Dr. Tomas Weiss, Associate Professor, Charles University (Czech Republic)

Prof Richard Berry, Transnational Education Dean, University of Glasgow

The Cambridge Central European Conference 2021 was organised in partnership with Cambridge Polish Studies, the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies (CamCREES), and the Department of Central and East European Studies of the University of Glasgow.