Petr Kratochvíl elected to new TEPSA Board
A remarkable achievement materialises for our colleague as he is elected to the new TEPSA board.
Trans European Policy Studies Association, commonly known as TEPSA, is the oldiest organisation of its kind in Europe and has a first-class reputation and position. The Board members’ mandate, starting on 1 January 2020, has a duration of 3 years and is renewable. The board was elected by the TEPSA General Assembly in Zagreb on 28 November.
TEPSA associates 44 leading research institutions from 37 countries. The organisation is involved in a number of trans-european research projects such as Horizon 2020, Jean Monnet/Erasmus+ or Europe for Citizens. TEPSA regularly wins the public tenders in the field of providing expertise for the European Parliament.