Conference on the future of Europe as a game of citizen involvement

In an article for, Vít Havelka summarizes how current political and social problems affecting the popularity of the European Union have been reflected in the content of the Conference on the Future of Europe.


Brexit brought fundamental inflation to attempts to reflect on the functioning of the European Union, which was a shock to the European Union and the remaining Member States. Until then, no one could have imagined that any of the member states would be willing to leave the union, the generally accepted mantra was the deepening of cooperation and the gradual enlargement of the EU.

The same theme will be discussed thoroughly with special guests in another of the EU± debates on Wednesday 17th of March live on our Facebook. (in czech language only) 

You can read the whole article in czech here. 

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Vít Havelka
Senior Research Fellow

Expertise: EU institutional relations with member states, europeisation, transformation role of EU

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