INVITATION: Café Evropa online: New EU migration and asylum policy - will Europe agree on a common migration management?

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy cordially invites you to another debate from the Café Evropa series, which will take place on Wednesday 4 November from 5:30 PM online on Facebook.

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INVITATION: EU± // New pact on migration and asylum

At the very end of September, the European Commission introduced a new pact on migration and asylum. It is a complex package of measures which responds to events of 2015 and 2016 and to the fact that there has been a very little progress made in regard of the migration and asylum policy reform. What exactly does the Commission’s new proposal contain? Will new migration quotas be introduced? Which measures will Czechia like the most and which of them will we criticize again? Our dear guests will answer not only these question during the next debate from series EU± on Wednesday, October 14 at 6:30 PM.

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ČT24: European Council – Tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean and Sanctions on Belarus

On Friday, October 2, our Žiga Faktor commented for ČT24 the latest development of the European Council. The topics were the common action against Turkey and sanctions on Belarus.

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Seznam Zprávy: The EU has reveiled a plan for a new asylum system

Our analyst Vít Havelka commented on the proposal of a new asylum and migration system on the news portal Seznamzpravy.cz. In his statement, he commented on the possibilities that arise from the new solution for the Czech Republic.

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COMMENTARIES: State of the European Union address 2020

Experts from EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy comment on the State of the Union address (SOTEU) given by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen on 16 September 2020.

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CNN Prima News: EU and migration

Our Christian Kvorning Lassen commented for CNN Prima News on the issue of the European Union and migration. What is the form of European migration policy? And what is the public support?

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European Elections: A Year In Review

On the occasion of the anniversary of the ninth European Parliament elections, which took place from 23 to 26 May 2019, experts of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy prepared five analyses reflecting on the past year in the key areas: climate, multiannual financial framework, migration, geopolitics and European Union enlargement.

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INVITATION: A hard reset for EU-Africa relations? Visegrad perspectives for a post-pandemic era

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy invites you to the debate on EU-Africa relations. The event is organized by the Think Visegrad platform, which brings together 8 think-tanks from Central Europe. It will take place on Tuesday, May 26th 2020, at 17:00. The event will take place online (via Zoom) and will be broadcasted on Facebook.

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EU MONITOR: Czech Perception of the EU Defence Policy

In his latest EU monitor, Vít Havelka explores EU Defence Policy from Czech point of view.

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RTVS: Christian Kvorning Lassen about whether the European Union is securing the borders better now or five years ago

Greece should get 700 million EUR as a financial aid for securing the border. Christian Kvorning Lassen, research fellow from EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, was answering the question of RTVS: "Is European Union better with securing the borders now or five years ago?"

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