Poland-Hungary Forum. What Kind of Life Quality Does Central Europe Need?

For one weekend (18-19 May), Stary Sącz will become a place for debate on the future and tightening Polish-Hungarian relations. The event, witch is held under the patronage of the Speaker of the Sejm, Marek Kuchciński, will gather important figures of Polish and Hungarian politics and business, representatives of local authorities and NGOs.

 

Stary Sącz, The Poor Clares’ Monastery

Poland as the leader of the Three Seas Initiative is particularly interested in building a strong position of the region’s states. Therefore, the Polish-Hungarian Forum organized by the Institute for Eastern Studies takes place under the slogan “What Kind of Life Quality Does Central Europe Need?” The initiative of the Poland-Hungary Forum is a response to the demand for creating a meeting space for the international environment of leaders of countries in the region, aimed at intensifying investments, attracting business, as well as supporting research and scientific activities and cultural exchange in Central Europe.

Beata Szydło i Viktor Orban, źródło: polskieradio.pl

The programme of a two-day long Forum the following subjects will be discussed:

  • What Kind of Life Quality Does Central Europe Need? – plenary session
  • Warsaw and Budapest – a political community of interests yesterday and today
  • Local product – global success
  • Knowledge-based economy – together for innovation
  • How to protect the common natural heritage of the Carpathians?
  • Tourism – how to promote effectively?
  • Investments in the future – science and education
  • Direct and indirect investments in regions – exchange of experiences
  • How can small towns and communes benefit from international cooperation?

The registration is available until May 15th online (www.forum-ekonomiczne.pl) and in the Congress Center during the event.