The organization People In Need, together with the consultancy and research firm Millward Brown, conducted and just published the results of a survey, One World in Schools, of the attitudes of young people in the Czech Republic. This week, in the magazine Respekt, sociologist Martin Jílek, who analyzed the data, was interviewed, discussing the results.

One of the most interesting aspects of the study was the surprising finding that young people are interested in learning about Czech history from the period of communism.

To read more, please go to my blog, Czechs in America.

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