Europeum and COVID-19

Explore our publications, events and other activities concerning the pandemic and its consequences.

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EURACTIV: In the beginning of the crisis every state was protecting just its citizens. "Impersonal" summit can revive the neglected solidarity.

Zuzana Stuchlíková was quoted in EURACTIV in article about next EU summit and the member states' cooperation in a fight against coronavirus.

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EURACTIV: Climate crisis and elections: Will Parliament keep being pioneer in bold solutions?

Our Kateřina Davidová wrote a column about the fight with the climate crisis in the context of this year's European Parliament election for Euractiv.cz.

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INVITATION: European Reformist Left: Never-Ending Crisis

We would like to cordially invite you to the debate with Marc Lazar and Jiří Dienstbier jr. The debate will take place in the French Institute in Prague on 7th February at 6pm.

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CIVPOL – Civil Diplomacy on Migration Project

We are proud to be partners of CIVPOL, a project that aims to indetify the role and actions of the V4 countries regarding the management of the migration crisis within the region, and to give recommendations for future assistance in connection with border management, humanitarian/ethnic-religious issues and legal undertakings.

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Hospodářské noviny: Czechs in Europe - We need historians and sociologists just like we need start-ups in Sillicon Valley

In an interview for Hospodářské noviny, our deputy director Martin Michelot commented on the decline of social sciences in the Czech Republic.

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Čro: Political program of the French presidential election candidates

In an interview for ČRo, our deputy director Martin Michelot commented on the political program of the French presidential election candidates.

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Střepiny TV Nova: Europe under pressure, Schengen in danger

Director of EUROPEUM Institute for European policy Vladimír Bartovic comments the future of Schengen in relation to the migration crisis.

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Three myths about refugees, immigrants and the European refugee crisis

The refugee crisis has highlighted hitherto latent divisions within the EU, particularly amongst the V4 countries and Western Europe. The division is, at first glance, rooted in fundamentally differing perceptions of the crisis, giving rise to several myths whose veracity merits questioning. This blog will seek to challenge three of the most popular misconceptions about the refugee crisis.

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‘The time for action is now?’ Results of the Meeting on the Western Balkans Migration Route

On October 25 a 17-point plan has been agreed in Brussels upon cooperation on dealing with the influx of migrants. Is it going to change something or it's just another bureocratic measure? Find out in Marko Stojic's blog.

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