Eurothink-Center for European Strategies published the collection of policy briefs “Tackling illiberal/Eurosceptic Narratives from Below”. The collection is published with the project “Tackling Illiberal/Eurosceptic Narratives from Below” funded with the support of the European Union under the Programme “Europe for Citizens.”
The policy briefs contain the findings from research conducted in Italy, Poland, Slovenia, and North Macedonia, and contain policy recommendations with particular emphasis on civil society. In addition, it contains a comparative study written by the project team.
The project “Tackling Illiberal/Eurosceptic Narratives from Below”” was funded with the support of the European Union under the Programme “Europe for Citizens”.
It was implemented between March 2021 and August 2022, with the project partners: Scuola Normale Superiore University – Faculty of Political and Social Sciences – Florence (Italy), University of Ljubljana – Faculty of Social Sciences – Center of International Relations – Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe (KEW), Wojnowice (Poland), and Eurothink – Center for European Strategies as coordinator.
The goal of the project was to investigate the illiberal narratives and Euroscepticism in four countries in Europe: The Republic of North Macedonia, Slovenia, Italy and Poland, engage the wider public into the discussion on these topics, as well as give recommendations for improvement and counternarratives.