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Events

Seminar: How to understand the program of the new European Commission?

The Representation of the European Commission and European Parliament Information Office in cooperation with EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organize another one of the regular Wednesday's seminars:

How to understand the program of the new European Commission?

Seminar will take place in the European House, on Wednesday October 22, 2014 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The invitation in Czech is available here. The program of seminars in Czech is available here.

Panel discussion: Is the Eurozone membership a condition sine qua non for influencing Union's economic policies? The case study of Visegrad countries

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the European Union, EPP Group in the European Parliament are pleased to invite you to the panel discussion:

Is the Eurozone membership a condition sine qua non for influencing Union´s economic policies? The case study of Visegrad countries

With

 Luděk Niedermayer and Ivan Štefanec – Members of the European Parliament (EPP)


Tuesday, 16 June 2015

13h00-14h30 (registration and light lunch offered from 12h30)

Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU, rue Caroly 15, Brussels

 
The event is organized in cooperation with Slovak Foreign Policy Association (Bratislava) and Institute of Public Affairs (Warsaw)and Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (Budapest) within the project Visegrad in the EU: How much do we matter.

If you plan on attending the event, please register via this link by Sunday June 14, 2015.
Only registered participants will have access to the venue. We are looking forward to your participation.


Seminar: Why is the unemployment in Czech one of the lowest in the EU?

The Representation of the European Commission and the Information Office of the European Parliament in the Czech Republic in co-operation with EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy are organizing a seminar for broad public "Why is the unemployment in Czech one of the lowest in the EU?". The event takes place at the European House on September 24, 2014, from 5 pm to 7 pm. The main speakers are Daniel Münich (CERGE-EI) and Lenka Zlámalová (Echo24).

You can find the invitation in Czech here. You will find all presentations and press releases from previous events here.

The seminars are held in Czech.

European Summer School 2014

The European Summer School 2014 (ESS 2014) is titled "Central Europe in the EU - 10 years after" and focuses both on overview of last ten years in the European Union from the perspective of Central Europe and on perspective and future challenges. The courses cover a wide range of topics ranging from economic questions to political and institutional issues.

July 12 - July 23, 2014 - Prague, Czech Republic


More information can be found here.



Conference: National identities in CEE - Reflection of EP election

The international conference National identities in CEE - Reflection of EP election will be held on Wednesday, 28 May 2014 from 14.00 to 17.30 in the premises of Anglo-American University, Lázeňská 4, 118 00 Prague (room 001).

Panelists will be discussing in two panels National Identity as a Strategy Tool: Reflection of the EP election and The Use of National Identity Towards Young Generation: Political Parties in Focus.

Due to the limited capacity, we would kindly ask you to confirm your participation on e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The original invitation is possible to download here.




Round table: Effective promotion of democracy: EU instruments and activities (October 10, 2013)

Round table discussion Effective promotion of democracy: EU instruments and activities. A closed event took place on Thursday October 10, 2013 from 3 till 5 pm at the Ministry of Foreign affairs of the Czech Republic. The participants discussed the promotion of democracy and human right in EU external relations and the effectiveness of the current tools available for the EU in relation to the member states. The round table is a part of the project A series of round tables on questions of strategic interests of the Czech Republic in the EU of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.

Publications

  • The Czech and Slovak Parliaments After the Lisbon Treaty

    The publication you are about to open is an output of a project called New role of the national parliaments in the EU decision-making processes: previous experience and new challenges pursuant to the Lisbon Treaty, undertaken by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy together with the Institute of Public Affairs in Warsaw and Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik in Berlin with the financial support of Heinrich Böll Foundation.

    Publication is available to download here.

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