Tag: Enlargement and Citizenship: Looking to the Future
The percentage of Czechs who say joining the EU has brought more losses than benefits outnumbers those who say EU membership has made things better, according to the results of a public-opinion survey conducted as part of a PASOS project.
Three members of the European Parliament (EP) from the Czech Republic will be meeting with the public at a September 5 PASOS event in Prague to discuss plans for the upcoming session of the EP, and to get input from citizens on what they want their representatives to achieve.
Serbs have failed to remember their European foundations because of the country’s recent troubled history, according to members of a citizens’ taskforce organized by the Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies for a PASOS project on popular participation in EU policymaking.
Czechs hold the most pessimistic view of EU membership among a group of four European Union new-member states, while Poles have the most positive views of joining the union, according to the results of public-opinion surveys conducted as part of a PASOS project.
Partners: Institute of Public Affairs, Poland; Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS, Latvia; European Institute, Bulgaria; Center for Democracy and Human Rights, Montenegro; Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies, Serbia The project will conduct an in-depth assessment of the achievements of enlargement, the level of engagement of the new member states, and of new EU citizens, organise citizens’ task forces and […]
The purpose of this study, commissioned as part of a PASOS project, is to present short baseline conclusions on EU new member states’ level of integration and engagement in EU decisionmaking.