FATIGUE, populism in Central and Eastern Europe

FATIGUE, populism in Central and Eastern Europe

2. 11. 2020

As part of a project in FATIGUE, researcher Mina Baginová, who examines the feminist social movement and the mobilization of women in the environment of far-right and conservative politics in Eastern and Central Europe, joined the Czech Women's Lobby. The results of her research will be part of a book on populism in Central and Eastern Europe.

The FATIGUE project funds the European Commission's Horizon 2020 program. The aim of the project is to assess the recent rise of populism in its various forms in Central and Eastern Europe. An international consortium of six universities and Edgeryders is collaborating on the project, including Charles University in Prague. These institutions are involved in research about the rise of populism, creating a typology of its various manifestations, examining its causes, interpreting its meanings, diagnosing its consequences, and proposing policy solutions.

You can find more about the project on their website


Implemented from 2.11.2020 to 31.3.2021