• The French country report explains why to promote open society principles in France, these need to be addressed constitutionally.
  • The German country report explores the relationship between national identity, pride, and open society attitudes.
  • The report provides insights into how EU policy actors evaluate the state of open societies in Europe.
  • Voices on Values reveals that open society values have broader support among Europeans than often assumed.
  • This report provides an overview of the key findings from the Voices on Values project.
  • The Italian country report demonstrates that even though the term ‘open society’ has little traction in Italy, most Italians do support open society values.
  • The Polish country report traces the origins of Poland’s open society through the Solidarity movement of the 1980s and the postcommunist transition of the early 1990s.
  • The Hungarian country report explains why public opposition to the government’s anti-democratic measures has not been more widespread.
  • Have the two formerly separate parts of Germany fully converged? Or are “new, deep cracks” appearing...
  • This report sheds light on Greeks’ attitudes to an open society.

Voices on Values - How European publics and policy actors value an open society

Voices on Values  is a research project by the Open Society European Policy Institute and d|part that explores people's views on the open society and its values in France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Italy and Greece.

The analyses published here are joint ventures with partner think tanks like CILD, IPA, Dianeosis, and Political Capital.

Our research is underpinned by a survey and expert interviews in these countries that aim to understand the drivers changing the ways people see the open society.

All final country and research reports will also be published on this website, starting Februar 2019.

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