The EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, the Institute of International Relations, together with TEPSA organised a panel on the topic of “Communicating Europe” during the Prague European Summit. The Prague European Summit has been established to trigger a strategic and open debate on the future of the European Union among high-level political representatives, government officials, business representatives, academia and journalists from the Czech Republic and all of the EU.
The panel discussion “Communicating Europe” took place on 19 June. The panelists were Daniel Debomy, Associate Research Fellow, Institut Jacques Delors, Paris, Elitsa Kortenska, Ph.D. Candidate at Leiden University, Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs and Kasia Wojcik, Theatre artist, Elected Board Member of the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25) in Germany. The panel was moderated by Karolína Kottová, Head of Political Section, Representation of the European Commission.
The discussants touched on many points, notably they talked about building trust in local government, national elections across Europe for the future of European integration, transnational party lists of EP elections and awareness about and interest in the EU and populism and public opinion.
A video of the panel discussion can be found here: https://vimeo.com/277485652/918aca4681