CIVPOL – Civil Diplomacy on Migration Project

We are proud to be partners of CIVPOL, a project that aims to indetify the role and actions of the V4 countries regarding the management of the migration crisis within the region, and to give recommendations for future assistance in connection with border management, humanitarian/ethnic-religious issues and legal undertakings.

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CIVPOL – Civil Diplomacy on Migration Project

S radostí oznamujeme, že jsme součástí projektu CIVPOL, projekt, jehož cílem je identifikovat roli a činnosti zemí V4 v oblasti managementu migrační krize v rámci regionu a poskytnout doporučení pro budoucí pomoc v souvislosti s řízením hranic, humanitárními / etnicko-náboženskými záležitostmi a právními závazky.

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What price do Serbia and Macedonia have to pay to save the EU?

Michal Vít analyses, in his latest policy paper, the state of EU cooperation with Serbia and Macedonia after the closing of the Balkan route, with focus on the role of the Czech Republic within the negotiations.

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Hospodářské noviny: Either money or migrants

Our research fellow Michal Vít talks with Hospodářské noviny about the situation of the migration crisis in the Balkans.

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Western Balkans on its way to the EU – status quo regardless of the refugee crisis

New policy paper by Michal Vít analyses current situation in the Western Balkans countries from the perspective of ongoing convergence process of these countries and the EU.

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‘The time for action is now?’ Results of the Meeting on the Western Balkans Migration Route

On October 25 a 17-point plan has been agreed in Brussels upon cooperation on dealing with the influx of migrants. Is it going to change something or it's just another bureocratic measure? Find out in Marko Stojic's blog.

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