is a lecturer in European Politics and Ethnopolitics at Malmö Högskola and at Uppsala University. His research areas are nationalism, ethnic and regional politics with a specialization in the countries of Central and Southeast Europe.
is an international political economist. His home institution is the Faculty of Economics at the University of Western Hungary and also carries out research for the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
is Marie Curie Fellow at Sciences Po/CERI, Paris. She is also invited Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges, and associated researcher at the Institute of International Relations (IIR), Prague.
Marcela Adamusová is a researcher, lecturer and project coordinator in NGO Fórum 50 %. She is mainly responsible for projects focused on gender equality in local life. She graduated in Gender Studies at Charles University in Prague with the theses “Women in Local Politics”. Veronika Šprincová is an analyst, lecturer and project coordinator in NGO Fórum 50 %. In her work she specializes in the situation of women in politics and feminist political philosophy. She graduated in Gender Studies and studies Political Philosophy in a Ph.D. Programme at Charles University in Prague.
is Programme Director "The EU and the new global contract" at demosEUROPA - Centre for European Strategy. urrently, he is a Ph.D. candidate and lecturer at the Centre for East European Studies, the University of Warsaw.
is director of the Research Centre of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association. His research and publishing activities focus on foreign policy of Slovakia and relations with Eastern neighbours, including the EU´s Eastern Partnership policy.
is an economist. He specializes on pension models and reforms. He has been working at the Institute of Economics, CERS HAS, Budapest.
is a freelance journalist (e.g. Austrian newspapers Die Presse, OÖ Nachrichten) living in Istanbul.
is a documentarist, teacher and a film programmer. In 2003 – 2011 she worked in the management of Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival.
is journalist and publicist. He works as an editorial staff member of the weekly “Kultura TV”, writes for Tygodnik Powszechny and the weekly news magazine Wprost. He is the founder and organizer of “Literature in the Suburbs”, a literary festival in Warsaw.
is an EU affairs writer based in Brussels.
is director of EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy. His main areas of expertise include the EU constitutional and institutional issues, EU enlargement, European neighbourhood policy, Common Foreign and Security Policy and transatlantic relations.
is historian at Slovak Academy of Sciences, author and editor more than twenty historical books and more than 300 articles and essays, mostly dealing with the Slovak and Central European history in 19th and early 20th centuries, especially with the fin de siècle, nationalism and decline of the Habsburg Monarchy.
is a senior research fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy.