On 23 and 24 May 2022 we will organize the third big multinational event named “EU Future” in the scope of the project “Counter Euroscepticism with your Vote”. Different experts from Slovenia, Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia will present different interested topics about Euroscepticism and the future of EU.
The main event theme of the big event in Slovakia is the future of EU and the challenges of Euroscepticism, particularly in the partner countries. This event will focus on the on different types of Euroscepticism which are present in the partner countries and wider EU. The strategies to combat Euroscepticism and the reason for Euroscepticism increases. We will also address the future of EU and the challenges which are going to face the state of EU in the next decade. The EU is largely viewed as a cornerstone of European stability and prosperity. For much of the last decades, however, many EU countries have faced considerable economic difficulties. Despite an improved economic situation in the EU since 2017, economic pressures and societal changes have contributed to the rise of populist and anti-establishment political parties, at least some of which harbour anti-EU or “Eurosceptic” sentiments. Such trends have complicated the EU’s ability to deal with multiple internal and external challenges. Among the most prominent challenges are
– COVID 19 pandemic challenges;
– climate challenge challenges;
– democracy and rule-of-law concerns in some EU members;
– the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU (“Brexit”);
– migration and related societal integration concerns;
For more information about the event and participation please contact us (online event):