INVITATION: EU-PACIFIC Talks: EU – Japan Strategic dialogue: climate change cooperation as a pathway to the future

We would like to invite you to the third of six debates in the EU-PACIFIC Talks series. The debate will take place online on Wednesday 1 December at 18:00 and you can watch the online stream on our Facebook page.

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Czech Interests in EU: Searching for a consensus? Green deal vs. yellow card

How do Czech politicians approach the Fit for 55 package? And what should the incoming government focus on? Michal Hrubý, an analyst at EUROPEUM, explains the search for a consensus in his commentary

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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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iRozhlas: 'If we can't reach our goal, we will have things to answer for.' Countries are aware that the planet needs our saving

Climate policy expert and a research fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European policy Kateřina Davidová spoke with iRozhlas on the issue of global warming in connection with the new deal, which was agreed upon by almost 200 countries at a climate conference in Glasgow.

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INVITATION: Café Evropa online: Rising energy prices - how to deal with them in the Czech Republic and what can the EU do?

Energy prices have been skyrocketing across Europe and the world in recent weeks. In Europe, for example, the price of natural gas has briefly risen by more than 800 per cent. Natural gas is used in many countries for home heating and also supplies electricity to industry and is set to play an important role in efforts to move away from coal. How to deal with rising energy prices is not the only topic of the next Café Evropa debate. The debate will take place on Thursday 18.11. at 17:30 online on our Facebook page.

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Review of the Czech EU Policy in 2020/2021

Our researchers Vít Havelka, Kateřina Davidová and Danielle Piatkiewicz wrote a paper titled Review of the Czech EU Policy in 2020/2021.

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Blog: A New Agenda for the EU Southern Neighbourhood?

Intern Kristina Gera wrote a blog on "A New Agenda for the EU's Southern Neighbourhood?".

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ČRo Plus: To what extent is Poland energetically dependent on the Turów mine and the connected power plants?

Kateřina Davidová, a research fellow from EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy for ČRo Plus commented on current issues about the Turów mine, the extent to which Poland is energetically dependent on it, but also how to deal with potential unemployment in the region.

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TOPAZ: Grean Deal and middle class

Our researcher Kateřina Davidová contributed a chapter "The Middle Class as a Driver of Decarbonisation" to the Green Deal for Europe publication. The authors of this publication propose solutions that reflect Europe's economic and social reality and stress that the Green Deal debate must reflect the broader aspects of the whole issue.

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COMMENTARIES: State of the European Union address 2021

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 15 September 2021.

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