Invitation to a round table EXPECTATIONS OF THE POLISH EU PRESIDENCY: THE CZECH PERSPECTIVE


EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Institute of Public Affairs have the honour of inviting you to a round-table

EXPECTATIONS OF THE POLISH EU PRESIDENCY: THE CZECH PERSPECTIVE

Venue: European House, Jungmannova 24, Prague 1

Time: 27 June 2011 at 14:00
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With support of the European Union: Europe for Citizens Programme 2007 – 2013
and the Czech – Polish Forum of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech
Republic.

The working language of the round table will be English without simultaneous
interpretation.

Programme:
13:30 – 14:00 Registration
14:00 – 14:15 Welcoming remarks:
David Král, Director, EUROPEUM Institute for
European Policy, Prague
Jan Michal, Head of EC Representation, Prague
H.E. Jan Pastwa, Ambassador of the Republic of
Poland, Prague
14:15 – 15:30 Panel I: Making the EU economy more competitive and
its budget fit for the 21st century
Chair: Vladimír Bartovic, Senior Research Fellow,
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Prague
Speakers:
Michal Částek, Expert, EU Budget Unit, Ministry of
Finance of the Czech Republic, Prague
Lubor Lacina, Head of Department of Finance,
Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno
Olga Marckiewicz, Researcher, Institute of Public
Affairs, Warsaw
15:30 – 15:45 Coffee break
15:45 – 17:00 Panel II: EU external relations and the challenges of
the Polish EU presidency: Eastern partnership, energy
security & defence
Chair: David Král, Director, EUROPEUM Institute for
European Policy, Prague
Speakers:
Tomáš Weiss, Associated Fellow, EUROPEUM
Institute for European Policy & Faculty of Social
Sciences, Charles University, Prague
Agnieszka Lada, Head of European Programme,
Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw
Petr Binhack, Researcher, Association for International
Affairs (AMO), Prague
17:00 Glass of wine

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