Looking at the post-communist transition of states in the region commonly perceived as Central Eastern Europe, participants will trace the development of said states during the last 25 years and look at ways of addressing the issues facing them today. The meeting will be in English with Polish interpretation and public debates will take place in the Krytyka Polityczna Cultural Centre in Cieszyn.
The event will host around 100 participants, 40 of which come from different parts of the Central Eastern European region, including Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary as well as Spain and Italy, and 60 from Krytyka Polityczna's Polish network.
Other members of the Networked Programme, from Oberliht and Culture 2 Commons, will also join.
For further information, visit the Time to Talk website - where live streaming will be available, and download the detailed programme below.