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November 15 - 09:00 pmEvent Category:
School of Politics & Economics, King's College London
Bush House North Wing - Lecture Theater #2
4th Floor 30 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BG
London, England, GB, WC2B 4BG
The Berlin Wall was a guarded concrete barrier that physically and ideologically divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989. On one fateful day in 1989, the Wall was overcome by way of Peaceful Revolution and 9 November 2019 will mark 30 years since this monumental moment in history.
Gallup International will be coming to King’s College to further discuss how far we have came in the 30 years since the collapse of the Berlin wall. This will be done in large part to see how the future politicians of the world understand its impact and implications for the future.
In addition, it is our pleasure to announce that our speakers for this event will be: Kancho Stoychev (President of Gallup International) and Andrey Raychev (Co-Founder of Gallup International)
Following the presentation, there will be a brief networking event where drinks will be provided.
Kancho Stoychev is a pioneer in the field of social and political research, market and media research and transition political analysis in the Balkans. For over 30 years ,he has been a distinguished political expert and consultant on local and international affairs. For his overall professional achievements and dedicated work for the integration of Europe, Mr. Stoychev has been awarded Chevalier dans l’Ordre National de Mérite by the President of the French Republic.
Andrey Raichev graduated from Sofia University with Ph.D. in sociology and went on to be the Director of the Institute of Youth Studies (1988), and subsequently (1990) Director of the National Centre for Opinion Polls. Furthermore, Mr.Raychev was the only sociologist to have worked in the field during the war conflict in former Yugoslavia.
Both Mr. Stoychev and Mr. Raichev are credited with founding BBSS Gallup International plc. and they created a chain of Gallup International Institutes in: Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Moldova, Afghanistan etc.