Past projects

CODES is a project combining research and public awareness building, co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union. The project develops the discussion with citizens on their perception of the EU membership and will ignite citizens’ thinking about the alternatives and possible negative consequences of the future without the EU. Our main aim is to raise awareness and recognition of the EU benefits among citizens, as our previous experience tells us the EU is often portrayed as a distant blaming figure for the bad policies, while the benefits remain unreported and under discussed.

EuroPolicy, with the news website EurActiv.sk, U.S. Embassy in Bratislave and Information Office of the European Parliament in Slovakia, together organize an expert workshop on the topic of transatlantic trade and investment partnership - TTIP - between the EU and US.

EuroPolicy in close cooperation with EurActiv.sk, Heinrich Böll Foundation – Prague and Representation of the European Commission in Slovakia realized an international expert seminar: "Ten Years in the EU: Visegrad Perspective and Beyond".
 

Slovak political parties put considerably more effort into their election manifestos for 2014 EP elections than in 2009. European Union is no longer perceived only as a reference framework. EurActiv.sk prepared an analysis and compared political parties' election manifestos prior to 2014 EP elections.