European Institute is an independent policy centre, founded in April
1999 in response to Bulgaria’s increased efforts at speeding up the
process of preparing for EU membership. EU accession is an overarching
priority for Bulgaria and demands the concerted efforts of both
government agencies and society at large.
The mission of the European Institute is to support the efforts of governmental and non-governmental agencies to successfully prepare Bulgaria for EU membership through research, technical assistance, raising public awareness and training.
contact person: Daniela Penkova
|Centre for Policy Modernization has been working in close collaboration
with the Government of Bulgaria in regard to the implementation of the government’s
policy for development of the ICT infrastructure in the public sector and for
public administration modernization.
contact person: Anna Paskaleva
|EUROPEUM is a non-profit, independent and non-partisan organization
established by a new generation of Czech scholars and experts. Its main focus
is on European issues and consequences of the EU enlargement by former communist
countries. Europeum strives through its research activities to contribute to long-lasting
democracy, security, stability, freedom and solidarity across Europe, especially
in its Eastern and Central parts. Europeum contributes to the needed internal
reforms in the Czech Republic in order to facilitate its full-fledged membership
in the EU as well as the respected position of the Czech Republic among other
contact person: Lucas Pachta