Call for publication

by | Apr 24, 2023

Centre for European Progression once again offers a publication opportunity for young professionals who would like to share their ideas in the form of 5000-6000 characters long articles on the C4EP blog on a voluntary basis. The writings should cover any EU related matter currently in the focus of attention. This is a possibility to have your work proofread by professionals and be published on a forum visited by experts on the relevant subjects.

There is also a special opportunity for those who would like to publish a short analysis regarding the 2024 European Parliament elections. The authors with the most interesting and relevant points will get the chance to hold a presentation and participate in the thought-provoking debates during the C4EP conference organised in the subject.

The conference is expected to take place in May.

Don’t hesitate to send your articles to!

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