TEPSA is happy to present a new policy brief on “Making the invisible visible: the EU’s impact on the lives of Slovenian people” written by Maja Bučar who is Head of the Centre of International Relations (CIR) at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana.
Since Slovenia joined EU, the cohesion and structural funds made a considerable difference in many areas; yet, often this contribution is invisible. It needs to be highlighted in a creative and novel way. This is important not only for the sake of the visibility of individual projects, but so that people in Slovenia see the membership as a positive undertaking, with many benefits. Awareness of the projects co-financed by the EU can be a significant contributor to building support for the EU.
You can read the full brief here.