INVITATION: EU± // European policy of the new government

We would like to invite you to another debate in the EU± series on how the new government will approach the European Union and how its European policy will differ from that of Andrej Babiš. The debate will take place online on Thursday 25 November 2021 at 18:00.

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INVITATION: EU± 20 years of the Allied mission in Afghanistan - what are the lessons for NATO and the EU?

We invite you to the debate "20 years of the Allied mission in Afghanistan - what are the lessons for NATO and the EU?", which will take place online on Thursday 4 November 2021 at 18:00.

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INVITATION: EU± // Is the V4 the most important Czech ally in the EU?

We invite you to the EU± debate, this time on whether the V4 is the most important ally of the Czech Republic. The debate is organised with the support of the Jean Monnet Chair TeDEUSS - Teaching and debating EU small states' security at FSV UK and co-funded by the European Union's Europe for Citizens programme.

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Podcasts by EUROPEUM

Podcasts by EUROPEUM offer debates and interviews concerning European topics including projects Prague Climate Talks, EU±, and EU-Pacific Talks. You can find a full list of episodes and information on where to listen to the podcast is available in an article.

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REPORT: EU± Implications of Brexit

On February 3, the very first debate of 2021 from the series EU± took place. The debate was organized by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and the Department of European Studies of FSV UK. The topic of „Implications of Brexit” was discussed by research fellow of Masaryk University Monika Brusenbauch Meislová, Czech diplomat to the EU Jan Havlík and research fellow of Charles University Ivo Šlosarčík. The debate was chaired by Tomáš Weiss, researcher, and head of the Department of European Studies FSV UK.

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REPORT: EU± Portuguese and Czech Presidency of the EU Council

On December 15, the very last debate of 2020 from the series EU± took place. The debate was organized by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy and the Department of European Studies of FSV UK. The topic of „Portuguese and Czech Presidency of the EU Council” was discussed by Ambassador of Portugal to the Czech Republic Luís de Almeida Sampaio, our Associate Research Fellow Zuzana Stuchlíková and former Permanent Representative to the EU Milena Vicenová. The debate took place in English and was charied by Tomáš Weiss, researcher, and head of the Department of European Studies FSV UK.

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Debates from the EU± series

The EU± project - a platform for discussions on topics related to current EU issues in the eyes of the young generation – takes place since the beginning of 2018. In the next year, we continue with debates on topics such as Euroscepticism, Brexit, V4, Erasmus +, work abroad, the situation in the Western Balkans, migration, cybersecurity, the Czech Republic within the EU or fake news and misinformation.

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INVITATION: EU± // The impact of the US election on US-EU relations

We would like to invite you to another EU± debate, this time focusing on the impact of the US election on US-EU relations. The debate is organized in cooperation with Jean Monnet Chair TeDEUSS and co-financed with the funds from Europe for Citizens Programme. The event will take place on Thursday, December 3 at 18:30 PM online on our Facebook.

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INVITATION: EU± // European budget

We would like to invite you to another EU± debate, this time focusing on the proposed European budget. The debate is organized in cooperation with Jean Monnet Chair TeDEUSS and co-financed with the funds from Europe for Citizens Programme. The event will take place on Monday, November 23 at 18:30 PM online on our Facebook.

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EURACTIV.cz: The number of illegal migrants heading to Europe decreased. However, the problems did not disappear

EURACTIV.cz published an article by Ondřej Plevák which cited statements from our debate "EU± // New pact on migration and asylum". Magda Faltová and Vít Novotný attended the debate.

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