Adam Sulikowski: European Values in Poland – a Crisis of Apparent Consensus

Summary of Adam Sulikowski’s presentation given during the roundtable Justice, Equality and Diversity in Croatia (English and Croatian Version): The second part of roundtable was opened by Adam Sulikowski. He spoke about the judiciary in Poland, its perception among citizens and opened his speech with several major thesis. He noted that the ruling political elite …

Antonija Petričušić: Slow Consolidation of European Values: Endangered Minortiy Rights after the Croatian Accession to the EU

Summary of Antonija Petričušić’s presentation given during the roundtable Justice, Equality and Diversity in Croatia (English and Croatian Version): Antonija Petričušić believes that European values ​​should be the guarantee of stability, but today they are exclusively normatively based, which allows for their different interpretation and rise of populist ideas, or skepticism. She discussed the additional …

Lucia Mokrá: EU Values as Pre-condition of Membership and its Implementation Afterwards

Summary of Lucia Mokrá’s presentation given during the roundtable Jusitice, Equality and Diversity in Croatia (English and Croatian Version): First speaker, Lucia Mokrá, welcomed the debate on European values ​​which is at this moment of particular importance, given the upcoming elections for the European Parliament. She raised the question of the content of values, them …

Roundtable JUSTICE, EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY IN CROATIA

On Monday, 13 May 2019 at 10:30 in the Aula of the University of Zagreb, Centre for Democracy and Law Miko Tripalo organized a roundtable Justice, Equality and Diversity in Croatia. This roundtable is part of Centre Miko Tripalo’s Jean Monnet project entitled European Values in a New Member State: Croatia in the First Five Years of …

Dario Čepo: European Values and Their Influence on Democracy in Croatia

Summary of Dario Čepo’s presentation given during the roundtable Citizen’s Rights and Challenges to Democracy in Croatia (English and Croatian version): Last speaker, Dario Čepo believes that we all talk about European values, but we define them differently. There are three ways in which European values ​​can be implemented in society: through the process of …

Višnja Samardžija: Support for the European Project in Croatia or Euroscepticism?

Summary of Višnja Samardžija’s presentation given during the roundtable Citizen’s Rights and Challenges to Democracy in Europe (English and Croatin version): Visnja Samardzija claims that there is a lack of understanding of European values in Croatia. In her speech she relied on the results of 2018 autumn research which showed that only 30% of Croatian …

Roundtable CITIZEN’S RIGHTS AND CHALLENGES TO DEMOCRACY IN CROATIA

On Thursday, 21 March 2019 at 10:30 in the Aula of the University of Zagreb, Centre for Democracy and Law Miko Tripalo organized a roundtable Citizen’s Rights and Challenges to Democracy in Croatia. This roundtable is part of Centre Miko Tripalo’s Jean Monnet project entitled European Values in a New Member State: Croatia in the …

Project Summary

EUROPEAN VALUES IN A NEW MEMBER STATE: CROATIA IN THE FIRST FIVE YEARS OF EU MEMBERSHIP Centre Miko Tripalo’s project “European Values in a New Member State: Croatia in the First Five Years of EU Membership” will focus on understanding the importance of adopting, respecting, and implementing fundamental European values ​​in member states. It will …

Project Kick-off Meeting: European Values in a New Member State

On Thursday, December 20, 2018 in Centre Miko Tripalo’s conference room, Members of the Project Team participated in a Kick-off Meeting of the Centre’s Jean Monnet project European Values in a New Member State: Croatia in the First Five Years of EU Membership. In the process of developing the Jean Monnet project proposal, we harnesed …