Puzzled by the French presidential elections and its candidates? Or do you just wish to stay constantly updated on the topic?
Martin Michelot's French elections spotlight collects his every interview, comment and publication on the race – chronologically and continuously updated.
The 15th debate from the Café Evropa platform called "Why do we complain, if we have never been better?"
will take place on Thursday, April 4th at 5pm at Střelecký ostrov (Main stage) within the celebrations of the Day of Europe 2017.
We would like to cordially invite you to a debate on the French presidential elections and their impact on the Czech Republic and the EU,
which will take place on Tuesday May 9, 2017 at 6pm at the European House (Jungmannova 24, Prague 1).
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We would like to cordially invite you to the conference on "A Czech perspective for the future of the EU".Show more PDF
We would like to cordially invite you to a debate on the French presidential elections and their impact on the Czech Republic and the EU.Show more PDF
Accept our sincere invitation to the fifteenth public debate that is part of the Café Evropa series. Our distinguished guests will discuss the following topic: "Why do we complain, if we have never been better?"Show more PDF
Accept our sincere invitation to the public debate that is part of the Café Evropa in the regions series. Our distinguished guests Vladimír Baar and Cyril Svoboda will discuss the following topic: “The Future of the European Union“.Show more PDF
EUROPEUM is one of eight receiving institutions taking part in the Think Visegrad Fellowship program.Show more DOC
We organized another Civil Servant Mobility Program study trip from February 13 to February 18, 2017. The project, realized within the Think Visegrad platform, 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 three directors of schools from three Ukrainian regions.Show more
EUROPEUM organizes the 15th European Summer School - this time focused on Euroscepticism. Early-bird discounts are prepared for those who apply before January 31.Show more PDF
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organized another Civil Servant Mobility Program study trip from October 23 to 29, 2016. The project, realized within the Think Visegrad platform, 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.Show more
Our Deputy Director's takes on the French presidential elections, in chronological order and continuously updated.Show more
In his new blog, our Research Assistant Patrick Zingerle describes the current political situation in Erdogan's Turkey, from the army coup to the recent referendum strengthening the power in the hands of the Turkish president.Show more
Our Martin Michelot authored an article within the ''Atlantic Voices | Solidarity Within the Alliance'' publication, in which he explores the views of the five main candidates in the French presidential elections on defence spending and NATO.Show more
Tereza Novotná wrote an article about GMF’s Brussels Forum 2017.Show more
Our Martin Michelot commented for RTVS the development of the French presidential elections.Show more
Our deputy director Martin Michelot commented for Agence France-Presse on the situation after the first round of presidential elections.Show more
In an interview for ČRo Plus, our director Vladimír Bartovic commented on the disputes over Hungary's new higher education law.Show more