Events

Schebek palace
Prague
Speakers:
Per Nyholm
Krištof Kruliš
Jan Kovář
Roman Joch
Moderates:
Jan Macháček

The Institute for Politics and Society has the honour to invite you to a public debate "Life after Brexit: A new way forward for the EU". The debate is organised within the international conference Forum 2000.

forumBritish voters decided that Great Britain will be the first country in history that will leave the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron and others announced their resignations after the June referendum.

Brexit decision undermined the idea of European integration and its implementation. The European Union, its leaders, but also national leaders are failing to explain its citizens the benefits of EU membership and the benefits of European integration. The EU desperately needs crisis leadership now.

The debate will be moderated by Jan Macháček, Chairman of the board of the Institute for Politics and Society. The following speakers are going to discuss:

Per Nyholm, Delegate, Forum 2000

Kryštof Kruliš, Researcher, Association for International Affairs

Jan Kovář, Analyst, Institute of International Relations Prague

Roman Joch, Director, Civic Institute

The debate is scheduled on 17th October from 5 p.m. till 7 p.m. and will be held in Schebek Palace, Politických vězňů 936/7, 11000 Prague 1.

The debate will begin with study (CZ) on Brexit, introduced by Vít Macháček, Researcher and Analyst of IDEA.

Download complete program of Forum 2000.

Registration

Fields marked with * are required

The data subject gives permission to process his or her personal data (names, surnames, emails, and possibly a request for speaker) by the Institute for Politics and Society, registered office Babická 2329/2, 149 00 Praha, ID: 227 68 670 on the above mentioned debate or event organized by the Institute for Politics and Society.

For more information about the scope and manner of processing your personal information for this purpose, please check here.

I would like to receive information about events organized by the Institute for Politics and Society.

By submitting the application, the data subject gives consent to the processing of the personal data, namely the name, surname, email and other contact details to the Institute for Politics and Society, registered office Babická 2329/2, 149 00 Praha, ID: 227 68 670. Institute for Politics and society processes personal data for the purpose of sending invitations to future events and informing about the activities of the Institute for Politics and Society via email. The data subject has the option to withdraw consent at any time by mail or mail at office@politicsandsociety.cz.

For more information about the scope and manner of processing your personal information for this purpose, please check here.