The report focuses on the changes which have taken place in the institutional and regulatory framework and media landscape since 2018. Country chapters follow an identical structure, and beyond an opening abstract and concluding recommendations section, they consist of the following sections: Disinformation studies, Relations with Russia and China: Potential vulnerabilities, Changes in the media landscape, Changes in the legal and institutional framework, Responses by media and civil society.
On behalf of the Association for International Affairs (AMO) I kindly invite you to a Conference on Climate and Security organised in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, the British Embassy Prague and German think-tank Adelphi. It will take place on Wednesday, 29 September 2021 from 9 am till 12 noon in the Czernin Palace of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Loretánské nám. 5, Prague 1. The Conference will be held in English. You can find the program via this link.
For years now, China has been trying to put a “green” label on its economic engagement under the auspices of its international Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). However, the reality on the ground has often been starkly different than the rosy labels affixed to its projects. This is perhaps most evident in China’s track record within the EU’s immediate neighborhood, the Western Balkans.
In the framework of the project Women in Czech Foreign, European and Security Policy, we have along with our colleagues from The Brussels Binder attended a training in feminist advocacy with a grassroot feminist and advocacy professional, Moana Genevey. We wanted to share Moana’s top tips to design impactful advocacy strategies.