Added - 24. 4. 2017
26. 4. 2017 - 26. 4. 2017
We would like to invite you to the Café tchèque, that we organise in cooperation with Centre d’études tchèques at Université Libre de Bruxelles and Czech Centre in Bruxelles, will take place on 26th April 2017 at 7:30PM in Maison des Arts in Brussels and we welcome all levels of Czech language!
Added - 21. 4. 2017
25. 4. 2017 - 25. 4. 2017
Literary association Ludens and students of the Czech language in cooperation with the Department of Croatian and Slavistic Studies and the Office of the South Moravian Region will organize the Czech Day in the premises of Student Club "Božo Lerotić" on 25th of April for the third time in a row. Besides the interesting lectures and documentary film, a fun quiz about the Czech Republic is prepared for students.
Added - 21. 4. 2017
Look at the Monitoring EU of the past week, that focuses mainly on the results of the referendum in Turkey, the announced elections in the UK and the first round of the presidential election in France to be held this Sunday. The monitoring also describes the European Commission's dispute with Volkswagen about the compensation of consumers affected by emissions. Please be aware that Monitoring EU is written in the Czech language.
19. 4. 2017 - 20. 4. 2017
During the 19.-20 April, visit of the representant of the Dutch region of Friesland and of Wetsus centre from Netherlands took place. The representant drew the South Moravian Region for possible interregional cooperation through the region's excellent reputation in Brussels and the presence of Representation of the South Moravian Region to the EU. The Representation has prepared a rich program and facilitated meetings with representatives of the region, as well as with leading representatives and scientists of relevant research and scientific institutions.
Added - 14. 4. 2017
Check out the monitoring of the past week. You can read about the upcoming referendum in Turkey, which will be held on April 16 and the outcome of which can significantly affect the future of Turkey and relations with the European Union as well, new anti-dumping duties imposed on steel imports from China and discussion dealing with the revision of the program Horizon 2020. Please be aware that Monitoring EU is written in the Czech language.
Added - 7. 4. 2017
Check out the monitoring of the past week. You can read about the final evaluation of the Czech Republic at the programing period 2007-2013 and the most important legislation that was approved during the European parliament plenary that took place this week. Please be aware that Monitoring EU is written in the Czech language.
Added - 6. 4. 2017
5. 4. 2017 - 5. 4. 2017
On Wednesday, 5 April 2017 already the 5th edition of „Science Café“ took place in Brussels. Gorazd Bernard Stokin, a recognized neurologist specializing in research of early stages of Alzheimer disease was our guest this time. Since 2013, G. B. Stokin leads the International Clinical Research Center (ICRC) at St. Anne’s University Hospital in Brno (FNUSA), one of European Centers of Excellence constructed in the South Moravian region.
Added - 31. 3. 2017
Check out the monitoring of the past week. You can read about the official opening of Brexit, the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, this year's important elections in several Member States, as well as obout the activities of the South Moravian Region Representation to the EU. Please be aware that Monitoring EU is written in the Czech language.
Added - 30. 3. 2017
5. 4. 2017 - 5. 4. 2017
We would like to invite you in cooperation with Czech Centre Brussels, Czech Liaison Office for Research, Development and Innovation (CZELO), the Representation of the Pilsen Region in Brussels to Science Café. Our guest will be Gorazd B. Stokin, recognized scientist working in the field of neurology. His work is dedicated to Alzheimer's disease, especially to its early stage. This fifth Science Café will take place on 5th of April from 19:00 in the premises of Pilsen House in Brussels.
21. 3. 2017 - 21. 3. 2017
The Lime tree at Lipka in Chrudim, which advanced to the European round thanks to victory in the national competition Tree of the Year, finished in third place with almost 15 thousand votes. The official award ceremony was held on March 21 on the occasion of the International Day of Forests in the premises of European Parliament in Brussels. During online voting, which took place the entire February, Oak Josef from the Polish village of Wiśniowa won with more than 17 thousand votes followed by Welsh Brimmon Oak with more than 16 thousand votes.