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Fake news and social networks: is the EU ready for new challenges?

10 May 2018
1 PM – 2.15 PM
RB 213


European Student Conference (ESC 2018)

30 and 31 March 2018
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA


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Latest news

It was a pleasure for us to host the second cross-chapter workshop with our fellow European Horizons members, this time on (dis)integrative aspects of the EU.

Second cross-chapter workshop

On Thursday, 10 May 2018, students of the University of Economics, Prague had an opportunity to join a discussion with Commissioner Věra Jourová on The fake news phenomenon and data leaks from social networks.

Discussion with Commissioner Věra Jourová

On November 19 – 21, 2017, five of our members attended the Youth Summit on the Transatlantic Digital Economy (DEYS 2017), an event organised at the College of Europe in Bruges.

DEYS 2017

We attended the first European Fall Policy Convention on November 10 – 12, 2017. All attending Chapters have set goals and direction of the organisation.

European Fall Policy Convention in Otzenhausen

On Thursday, November 2, 2017, together with members of the EuH College of Europe, we took part in a workshop and a panel discussion on the future of (free) trade.

Workshop Europe and the Global World: The Future of (Free) Trade

On Wednesday, November 1, 2017, we hosted members of European Horizons at College of Europe during our first informal meeting.

First Cross-Chapter Meeting

Our team

Jana Stehlíková


A Master of International and Diplomatic Studies, a first-year PhD student at the Jan Masaryk Centre for International Studies and the President of the Chapter. She familiarised herself with the idea of European Horizons during her Erasmus programme in Paris and, together with other enthusiasts, decided to establish the first Czech Chapter in the spring of 2017. Although she might look like a madwoman at first and second glance, everyone knows that she will use all the fervour to solve problems or stand by every member. If she has some spare time, she is probably (in vain!) trying to learn some of the modern languages or dance moves to non-modern music.

Martin Vokálek


A postgraduate student of International and Diplomatic Studies for more than a half of decade, a member of the Academic Senate of the University of Economics, Prague, a former vice-chairman of the Academic Senate of the Faculty of International Relations, the Office & Project Manager at the Institute for European policy EUROPEUM, a hitchhiker, a forever amateur volleyball player and last but not least, the representative of our great president – if it is exceptionally needed. He would be glad if  there would be something meaningful to remain after he (hopefully successfully) graduates.

Kateřina Bambásková


A postgraduate student of European Integration with a minor specialisation in Commercial Communication. She predominantly takes care of our email communication and other administration. She does not need to get a word in discussions, but she enjoys listening to others, finding new information and looking for connections. She has been a successful clogging dancer since her childhood, later an instructor and choreographer, a winner of several Czech championships. Apart from dancing, she also loves geography and maps, playing volleyball, travelling and singing.

Michaela Janošková

Financial manager

A postgraduate student of European Integration in her last year of studies who, unlike others, does not fall to Euroscepticism. Therefore, she was excited by the idea of European Horizons from the very beginning. She is mainly in charge of finance. Although she is not chatty, she is a great listener and an observer with apt remarks. Apart from her studies and a job in an international company, she tries to find some time to unwind and goes to fit-box or jumping classes.

Kateřina Vencbauerová

PR manager

A postgraduate student of European Integration who is prolonging her studies for a few months to continue engaging in the marketing and PR activities of the Chapter. She is an avid fan of food, sleep, old movies, puppies and kittens. She is pleased that she will leave at least a minute footprint in the form of European Horizons at her beloved alma mater.

Jana Kleščová

PR manager

A fresh Master of European Integration. After a semester in the USA, she has realised that we should appreciate education and all the possibilities it offers more. She found the idea of European Horizons thrilling from the beginning, and although it was her last semester at university, she decided to give help with the establishment of the Chapter. She is working full-time and is in charge of PR of the Chapter in her free time. She is interested in international security, disinformation and fake news, likes doing sports actively and passively, culture and hanging out with friends.

Josef Bič

Academic supervisor

The expert supervisor and an irreplaceable member of the Chapter without whose positive attitude the Chapter would not see the light of day! He is also a graduate of the Faculty of International Relations (International Business / European Integration) where he now works as an assistant professor with a focus on the economic policies of the EU member states, their economic development, and the EU policies.


On Thursday, 10 May 2018, students of the University of Economics, Prague had an opportunity to join a discussion with Commissioner Věra Jourová on The fake news phenomenon and data leaks from social networks. The central topic of the debate was the level of personal data protection and privacy and its current – rather neglected – perception in the Czech Republic. Nevertheless, according to the Commissioner, responsibility is not laid solely on Member States but also “every individual who must…

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In March 2018, Prague chapter organised the second cross-chapter workshop. This time we hosted our fellow European Horizons members from Vienna, Berlin, Bath, Toulouse a Barcelona. The main topic of workshop was (dis)integrative aspects of the EU and we touched upon european identity and dignity, common currency, international trade as well as the EU army. Did you miss the event? Check out the gallery and we look forward to see you next time! © Artem Fedorov

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On November 19 – 22, 2017, thanks to the support of the Faculty of International Relations at the University of Economics, Prague, five members of the Prague Chapter attended the biggest European Horizons’ European conference organised at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. After a one-day visit of Brussels, all participants attended interesting panel discussions with distinguished guests such as a panel on “Economic Growth in the Information Age” or a discussion about the “Reflections on Cybersecurity in European Politics”…

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EFPC 2017, Otzenhausen (PHOTOGALLERY)

On November 10 – 12, 2017, three members of the Prague Chapter attended the first European Horizons’ European Fall Policy Convention organised at the European Academy Otzenhausen, Germany. The aim of the two-day conference was to formulate a common vision of the think-tank and to create the Declaration of Principles, a binding document for all Chapters. Furthermore, all 18 attending Chapters pronounced their three commitments for the following year to contribute to further development of the think-tank. Among the delegation…

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