EUROPEUM Newsletter

REPORT: Migration crisis and crossborder cooperation in Central & Eastern Europe

On Wednesday, November 2 we organised a debate on the topic of crossborder cooperation within the migration crisis in CEE. Our guests Zora Hesová, Magda Faltová and Christian Kvorning Lassen participated in the discussion that was moderated by our Kateřina Davidová. The report is now available.

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Zuzana Kasáková and Lubor Lacina formulated the recommendations from the round-table sessions of the National Convention on EU Affairs that took place on October 14, 2016, on the subject of mid-term revision of the multiannual financial framework, EU financial planning after 2020, and the principle of European Added Value, The recommendations are fir now only available in Czech language.

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PUBLICATION: Joint Solutions for Common Challenges in Central Europe: Cross-Border Cooperation in the Refugee Crisis

Our Research Fellows Christian Kvorning Lassen and Kateřina Davidová participated on the project called “Joint Solutions for Common Challenges in Central Europe: Cross-Border Cooperation in the Refugee Crisis” organised by Die Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik (ÖGfE).

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BLOG: Donald Trump is the President of the United States – what happens next?

In his blog Christian Kvorning Lassen is looking to the future of The United States of America under Donald Trump’s presidency.

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IN THE MEDIA: Radiožurnál: The UK’s High Court decided parliamentary approval is needed to trigger Brexit

Our director Vladimír Bartovic was a guest on Radiožurnál today commenting on the decision of the UK’s High Court not to allow the start of divorce talks with the EU without the approval of the parliament.

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PROJECT: Civil Servant Mobility Program: Educational management

We organized another Civil Servant Mobility Program study trip, which was focused on sharing experience in the field of educational management in the Czech Republic with a selected civil servants from Ukraine. The group consisted of four directors of schools in various Ukrainian regions and two local officials who deal with the topic of education.

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EUROPEUM Brussels Office

Building on a long history of EUROPEUM in Prague we opened our office in Brussels in January 2016. EUROPEUM has been the first think-tank from Central Europe to branch out to the heart of the European Union. Our motivation has been to follow the debates on EU policies and politics from a close perspective and to contribute to them by strengthening the voice of the Czech Republic and other central and east European countries. At the same time, we would like to use our Brussels presence to boost the discussions on the EU back in the region, through introducing research by Brussels-based experts, offering their perspective at local events, cooperation with the media, etc.

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