On challenges for Europe in Prague

Conference Multiple challenges for Europe took place in Prague on 19 September 2016 and was organised by the Institute for Politics and Society (Prague) with support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and in partnership with the European Liberal Forum.

Participants of the conference, among whom were MEPs, members of the government of the Czech Republic, diplomats and experts from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Germany, Great Britain, Belgium, France, Greece and Italy, addressed current problems and perspectives of the European Union.  President of the Institute for Public Affairs Grigorij Mesežnikov attended the event and spoke in two panels - “Migration, security, future of Schengen” and “Ukraine and assertive Russia”.

Program of the conference (pdf)

Reports in English (pdf)

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