Tag: European Commission
This Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS report provides a comparative snapshot that shows how various social, political and economic indicators and statistics have changed in Latvia since the country joined the European Union ten years ago.
Roma migration to Canada occurs not just for economic reasons, but for political and social reasons as well, according to a report published by the Center for Policy Studies at Central European University.
Three policy briefs released as part of multi-member project led by the Center for Economic Development examine how new EU member states contribute to development assistance in third countries.
EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy is holding a public seminar, “Get your passports ready! Are we back to border control?” on June 19 from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. at the European House in Prague.
Although the legal framework is in place, implementation of reforms in such areas as human rights, fighting corruption and judicial independence lags behind in Montenegro because of a lack of political will to pursue change, according to a report by a coalition of NGOs.
This May 2 EUROPEUM seminar in Prague will be attended by Jan Marian of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Vlaďka Votavová of the Association for International Affairs.
The European Commission recently released a short and rather sumptuous-looking video clip intended to sell Europeans on the idea that expanding the EU into those areas of Europe still outside the Union is a logical progression.