Sociologist, Former Prime MinisterSlovakia
Iveta Radičová is a Professor at the Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts, Dean of Faculty of Mass Media at Pan-European University, European Coordinator of the Mediterranean Corridor at European Commission, and a member of the Forum 2000 Foundation International Advisory Board. Ms. Radičová previously served as Slovakia’s Prime Minister and Minister of Defense. Prior to these positions, she was a member of the Slovak National Parliament, and served as the Minister of Labor, Social Affairs and Family. In 1992, she founded the non-profit Social Policy Analysis Centre, which she headed until being appointed Director of the Slovak Academy of Science’s Institute of Sociology in 2005. Ms. Radičová received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Comenius University in Bratislava.