FEULA Academy, which started this Saturday (28 July) in Prague, is addressed to perspective future leaders: academics (post-graduate or PhD), civil society activists, journalists at the beginning of their career, perspective entrepreneurs who already have or will have a high potential to influence public policy decisions in the participating countries, as well as across the EU, in the coming ten years. Workshops will last till 4 August. Dr. Jacek Kucharczyk and dr. Agnieszka Łada from IPA are among the lecturers.In total 36 perspective future leaders from Poland, Czech Republic, France, Spain, Macedonia, and Latvia take part in Academy. The Institute of Public Affairs was responsible for recruitment of participants from Poland. Eventually, Kinga Brudzińska, Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska, Michał Marciniak, Paweł Purski, Artur Wieczorek and Joanna Ziółkowska were invited to participate in FEULA (see the profiles of the participants).
During the Academy in Prague, experts from six European think – tanks (Institute of Public Affairs- Poland, EUROPEUM– Czech Republic, Nouvelle Europe– France, PROVIDUS- Latvia, CIDOB– Spain, CRPM– Macedonia) and visiting guests lead a workshops covering variety of topics: economic crisis in Europe, EU enlargement, democracy and governance in the EU, migration policy and integration of third country nationals in the EU, nationalism in the Balkans.
On behalf of IPA, the workshops will be delivered by dr. Jacek Kucharczyk, President of IPA and dr. Angieszka Łada, Head of the European Programme/Senior Analyst.
More information about the event available at: www.feula.eu