EUREQUAL Round Table:
Social Inequality and Its Consequences in Central and Eastern Europe
From left to right: Matthew Loveless, Saulius Novikas, Aurelian Muntean, Stephen Whitefield,
Jill Wittrock, Elena Avetova, Krzysztof Podemski, Jan Hartl, Velina Topalova
The EUREQUAL partners hosted a round table at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford from 26-27 June 2009. The round table brought together EUREQUAL partners to disseminate knowledge regarding the potential impact and policy implications of the EUREQUAL-gathered data. There is considerable evidence of potential links between social inequality and democratisation, democratic consolidation and political conflict. The panellists discussed how social inequality may have a powerful impact on the political life of undemocratic, marginally democratic, democratising as well as other states in the process of democratic consolidation.
For more information, please contact Dr. Jill Wittrock (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 278720).