How electromobility can drive Visegrad cooperation

Bartosz Bieliszczuk published a policy paper as a part of Think Visegrad platform, in which he focused on electromobility in V4 countries.

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EU MONITOR: The Size of Erasmus+ will determine the EU ambition in education

Karel Barták published an EU Monitor, in which he focuses on the question if the size of Erasmus+ will determine the EU ambition in education.

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EU MONITOR: Securing Europe in Insecure Times: How Military Mobility and Deepened European Integration are Vital to Europe's Security

Adrian Blazquez authored an EU Monitor on the role of military mobility and deeper integration within the field of European security.

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Sustainable urban mobility

Our Research Fellows Kateřina Davidová and Christian K. Lassen wrote background material for a conference on sustainable urban mobility. The material is out now as a brochure.

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Spectator: How will the new EU budget impact Slovakia?

Our Vít Havelka commented for Spectator.sk the impact of the EU budget on Slovakia.

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Europe awaits: German GroKo and what it means for European partners

The latest edition of our Brussels Monitor series and its authors Vít Havelka and Martin Michelot explore the impacts of German policy towards the EU after the forming of the Grand coalition.

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Labour market reform and Visegrad countries: Deep rooted concerns and how to address them

Alena Kudzko, as part of the project Think Visegrad, published a policy brief concerning the ongoing labour market reforms in the EU and recommends steps to be taken for the CEE countries, not to end on the economic and political periphery of Europe.

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Civil Servant Mobility Program: Educational management (February 2017)

We organized another Civil Servant Mobility Program study trip from February 13 to February 18, 2017. The project, realized within the Think Visegrad platform, was focused on sharing experience in the field of educational management in the Czech Republic with a selected civil servants from Ukraine. The group consisted of three directors of schools from three Ukrainian regions.

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Civil Servant Mobility Program: Educational management (October 2016)

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy organized another Civil Servant Mobility Program study trip from October 23 to 29, 2016. The project, realized within the Think Visegrad platform, was focused on sharing experience in the field of educational management in the Czech Republic with a selected civil servants from Ukraine. The group consisted of four directors of schools in various Ukrainian regions and two local officials who deal with the topic of education.

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The Secrets of the Trade Secret Directive

In connection with today’s World Intellectual Property Day, read new blog concerning protection of trade secrets by Pierre Grangé.

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