©2017 BY CODES - COMPREHENDING AND DEBATING EUROSCEPTICISM.

WORKSHOP: REVIVING THE EUROPEAN PROJECT

January 31, 2018

Policy workshop on topic: Innovative communication to tackle Euroscepticism took place in the late January in Brussels. This workshop presented and discussed innovative communication ideas that could impact in the run-up of the 2019 European Parliament elections.

HOW TO COMPREHEND EUROSCEPTICISM?

December 15, 2017

International conference in Bratislava where findings of the CODES project were presented by researchers from participating countries and further discussed by practitioners, analysts, diplomats, and the EU institutions’ representatives.


International conference in Bratislava where findings of the CODES project were presented by researchers from participating countries and further discussed by practitioners, analysts, diplomats, and the EU institutions’ representatives.

International conference in Bratislava where findings of the CODES project were presented by researchers from participating countries and further discussed by practitioners, analysts, diplomats, and the EU institutions’ representatives.

ROUNDTABLE-STYLE WORKSHOPS WITH LOCAL ACTORS

December 11, 2017

The aim was to discuss the sources of Euroscepticism with the local leaders and find a way how to address them in the daily work, or daily routines of the local journalists and other opinion-leaders.

NATIONAL DEBATES WITH CITIZENS

October 22, 2017

The aim of these debates was to discuss the critical perceptions of the EU and to identify the sources of Euroscepticism.

PREPARATORY MEETING

August 10, 2017

The event took place in Bratislava, Slovakia on 10 August 2017.
Representatives of project partners met to discuss the main task ahead. Finding the roots of Euroscepticism and how to address them. The aim of the event was to discuss the agreement on course of the joint project activities, role of each partner, using of project budget, dissemination strategy and so on.
The event involved 16 citizens, including 1 participant from Austria, 1 participant from Belgium, 1 participant from Bulgaria,  2 participants from Germany, 1 participant from Hungary, 1 participant from Latvia and 9 participants from Slovakia.

ACTIVITIES