Michal Berg has been an entrepreneur in IT for 15 years. During 2015, he sold all his assets and later became a vice-chairman of Czech Greens. He is also active in voluntary refugee help as a board member of civic organisation PLNU.cz. Since 2014, he serves as a local councillor in Vsetin, town in the mountainous region of Eastern Czech Republic. His political topics are human rights, migration, open government and privacy issues.
What lessons have the Czech Greens learnt from the last election, and how can they re-establish themselves as key players in Czech politics?Read more
The Green Observatory provides a round-up of perspectives on a current political issue from the Green European Journal’s partners around Europe. This edition focuses its lens on the so-called ‘refugee crisis’: how is this crisis perceived and does the perception at all correlate to facts? Are the new EU proposals responding to the situation and are EU member states willing to shoulder each other?Read more
W racjonalnym świecie zagrożenia bezpieczeństwa powinny – jako że mają ponadgraniczny charakter – wzmacniać europejską integrację.Read more
Kvůli svému přeshraničnímu rozměru by v racionálně fungujícím světě měla bezpečnostní rizika vést k posílení evropské integrace. Současná Evropa je ale jiná.Read more
In a rational world, security threats might boost European integration, given their cross-border nature. Today’s Europe, however, is different.Read more