DEMAS – Association for Democracy Assistance and Human Rights

DEMAS, an independent platform of Czech non-governmental organisations (NGOs), was established in 2008. The founding membership comprises 11 NGOs that have over many years demonstrated their commitment to the support of democracy assistance, human rights and civil society in the Czech Republic and abroad.


EUROPEUM: new publications

POLICY PAPER: In this low cycle in transatlantic unity, the determinants of improvement are known: can the EU and US deliver? | POLICY PAPER: In this low cycle in transatlantic unity, the determinants of improvement are known: can the EU and US deliver? | REPORT: The Visegrad Four and Germany: which shared priorities in the next Commission?

EUROPEUM: upcoming events

Invitation: EU Enlargement to Western Balkans: How to Overcome the Deadlock? | Café Evropa: Thirty Years of Freedom – how can they be perceived and what awaits us? | Café Evropa in regions – Pardubice: Wage imbalance in Europe – why do we earn less than people in the West? | EU± // Countries of Central Europe and the rule of law | An Inhospitable Climate: Why the V4 Needs to Wake Up on Climate Security.

New articles on the TOL website

Around the Bloc October 22-28 | Fireworks as the City of Prague Defies Beijing | Balkan Eye: Blame Is the Name of the Game | Hungary’s Sudden Political Reshuffle Broke Orban’ Power Monopoly | From the ToL Archive – Editors’ Picks: China’s Checkbook Diplomacy | Adding New Animations to an Old Craft | A Surprising Role Model for European Politicians | Beetlemania in the Heart of Europe.

New on the ToL website

Time to Put Havel on the Slovak Map | The Mixed Fruits of Poland’s Freedom | New York Law Shines Light on Shadowy Real Estate Deals | In at the Ground Floor or Out in the Cold | From the ToL Archive: Stateless No More: Kyrgyzstan Shows Central Asia The Path to Citizenship | Albania’s Vote of No Confidence | News Around the Bloc 15-21 October |

Future Leaders Europe Evening Talks 2019

EUROPEUM Institute are proud to announce our second edition of the Future Leaders Europe Evening Talks, a series of 10 talks aimed to bring 10 European experts to discuss EU topics with young professionals (applicants should either be university students or recent graduates.