E-mobility: An OPPORTUNITY for Central-Eastern Europe

We would like to invite you to a conference on the occasion of the Czech EU Presidency on the topic: E-mobility: an OPPORTUNITY for Central-Eastern Europe. The conference will take place on 17th October 2022, 13:00 - 16:00 at the European House, Jungmannova 745/24, Prague & online.

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VISEGRAD/ISIGHT: Czechia and Slovakia lead the ways

Our senior researcher Jana Juzová wrote an article for VISEGRAD/INSIGHT on "The Czech Republic and Slovakia in the lead". Since July, the Czech Republic has held the presidency of the EU Council and Slovakia the presidency of the Visegrad Four. Although the V4 is now in the shadow of Czech and Slovak foreign policy, this does not mean that it is less important or that it is falling apart. However, the V4 crisis triggered by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán may be an opportunity for the Czech Republic and Slovakia to determine the direction of the Visegrad Four.

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Visegrad Insight Podcast: Are Czechs or Slovaks Downplaying the V4 Presidency?

Our Senior Research Fellow Jana Juzová was a guest on a podcast hosted by Visegrad Insight, where she discusses the launch of the Czech EU Presidency and the Slovak Presidency of the Visegrad Group.

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Visegrad Insight Podcast: Zlehčují Češi nebo Slováci předsednictví V4?

Naše seniorní výzkumná pracovnice Jana Juzová byla hostem v podcastu pořádaný redakcí Visegrad Insight, kde se zabývá zahájením českého předsednictví EU a slovenského předsednictví v rámci Visegrádské skupiny.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: The adoption of the euro in the Czech Republic - when will be the right time?

By joining the EU, Czechia has committed itself, among other things, to adopt the common European currency - the euro. However, this commitment is not specified in time. Not only whether Czechia is ready for the introduction of the euro will be another of the Café Evropa debates. The debate will take place on Monday 6.12. from 17:30 online on our Facebook.

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PRESS RELEASE: EUROPEUM has a new leadership. It will be led by experienced diplomat Zdeněk Beránek and Martin Vokálek

The EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy will be headed by a new director from October 1st. Zdeněk Beránek, who has worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and served as Deputy Ambassador in Washington, has been appointed the new Director. After seven years, he replaces Vladimír Bartovic, who has been with the Institute since 1999. Also, current Deputy Director Martin Vokálek will be in a new position as Executive Director.

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INVITATION: Future of the EU after Covid-19 – Views from Visegrad

We would like to invite you to the Think Visegrad Panel Discussion focused on the topic of "Future of the EU after Covid-19". The event will take place on Wednesday 11 November between 16:00–17:15 via Zoom and will be broadcasted on Facebook.

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INVITATION: Eastern Partnership at the Turn of a New Decade: Continuing with Uncertainty or Ideal Conditions?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy invites you to the debate on Eastern Partnership. The event is organized by the Think Visegrad platform, which brings together 8 think-tanks from Central Europe. It will take place on Monday, June 22nd 2020, at 17:30. The event will take place online (via Zoom) and will be broadcasted on Facebook.

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Talking Europe(um) – podcast about Europe and the EU

Talking Europe(um) is a podcast which comments on current issues in the European Union. List of episodes, as well as information about where you can listen to the podcast, is in the article.

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Czechs and the EU Brand: How do Czechs feel about the EU and what could change their mind?

This study is mainly based on a series of 12 brief surveys by Behavio research agency and on longitudinal research by STEM Institute for Empirical Research. The expert’s inputs were provided by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

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