RTV: Swedish elections: the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats win

What is behind the victory of the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats party? What role does gang violence play in the election? And what other factors played a role in this election? Find out more in an interview with Christian Kvorning Lassen, Head of Research at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

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LE SOIR: We are fighting about four hundred kilometres from the Czech border, so the war will take priority.

Vít Havelka, Senior Research Fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, was interviewed by the Belgian daily Le Soir. In particular, he discusses what is the main priority of the Czech Presidency, how it will be reflected at the European level and what will ensure the success of this Presidency.

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Work in Progress: The Migration Pact between French and Czech presidencies

Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Think Visegrad platform cordially invite you to an expert roundtable discussion titled: Work in Progress: The Migration Pact between French and Czech presidencies.The discussion will take place on Tuesday 12th July from 17:00 to 19:00 at the Orange Room of the Egmont Palace, Place du Petit Sablon, 8, 1000 Brussels

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INVITATION: Asylum and migration policy: Danish and Czech perspectives

On behalf of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy we would like to cordially invite you to a discussion titled ''Asylum and migration policy: Danish and Czech perspectives''. The event is organized in cooperation with the Embassy of Denmark in Prague. The discussion will take place on Thursday, April 21, 2022 from 16:00 at the European House (Jungmannova 745/24, 110 00) and it will be also live-streamed on our Facebook page.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: Ukrainian women with children fleeing war - how can we help?

We invite you to a debate within the Café Evropa series, this time on the topic "Ukrainian women with children fleeing war - how can we help?". The debate will take place on 28 March at 17:30. You will be able to follow the debate online on our Facebook page.

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BLOG: Is the COVID-19 pandemic the coup de grace Hungarian democracy?

Intern Filip Sidó wrote a blog on "Is the COVID-19 pandemic a coup in Hungarian democracy?" in which he discusses the newly declared state of emergency in Hungary, which allows Prime Minister Orbán to rule through decrees that essentially give him unlimited power.

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REPORT: New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Breaking the Deadlock

On 22nd of October 2021, Think Visegrad platform, Brussels office of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and Wilfried Martens Centre for European studies organised an expert round table titled New Pact on Migration and Asylum: Breaking the Deadlock. The event was held under the Chatham House Rules, with the participation of experts from the think-tank community as well as diplomats, representatives of the European Commission and UNHCR.

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EU MONITOR: Long-term Sustainability of Healthy Labour Market in EU Population Development, Immigration Stress, and their Impact

Lenka Farkačová wrote a EU MONITOR about the upcoming workforce crisis (the lack of employees not only in the case of EU countries, but also for example in the USA) and how it causes a tendency to deviate from the ideal state of long-term sustainable labour market.

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Radio Prague International: Fiala govt will be pro-Western but shift on migration unlikely

The director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Zdeněk Beránek, commented for Czech Radio on the incoming Czech government headed by Petr Fiala of the ODS. He looked at whether the new government will actually follow Havel's human rights agenda, or what its installation will mean for the Visegrad Four.

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EURACTIV: Turkey under Erdogan has little chance of good relations with the EU. But they must tackle migration together

In an article for euractiv.cz, the head of our Brussels office, Žiga Faktor, comments on the tense relationship between the EU and Turkey. The commentary focuses on the future direction of mutual relations and migration from Afghanistan.

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