|EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy|
Director: David Král
EuroMeSCo "liaison officer: Lucia Najšlová, Senior Research Fellow, in charge of EUROPEUM's Mediterranean activities
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan, and independent think-tank focusing on European integration. EUROPEUM contributes to democracy, security, stability, freedom, and solidarity across Europe and its neighbourhood as well as to active engagement of the Czech Republic in the European Union. EUROPEUM undertakes research, publishing, and educational activities and formulates new ideas and opinions to the EU and Czech policy making.
Areas of work
EU Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy, EU politics and institutions, Democratization and Transformation Cooperation.
Objectives of the Euromed/Middle East programme(s)
Our Southern neighborhood programme has three goals:
1) To provide analysis of developments in the Southern Mediterranean,
2) To share experience from Czech and Central European democratic transition with reformers in the Southern Mediterranean,
3) To provide advocacy and advice for more efficient Czech and EU policies in the Southern Mediterranean.
EUROPEUM’s main added value and contribution to Euromesco is threefold: 1) the experience with post-authoritarian transition processes in Central and Eastern Europe; 2) access to Czech and EU policy-makers; 3) long track-record of policy analysis and international cooperation.
Publications and activities
Recent FIIA publications on the Euromed/Middle East have included a report on the “EU’s Options in a Changing Middle East”, as well as several commentaries and analysis papers on the Arab Uprisings and the future of Euromed policies, as well as a series of expert seminars on the domestic situation in different Arab countries.
Membership to other networks
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy
Rytířská 31 Praha 1 110 00 Czech Republic
Fax +420 221 610 204