PDU-related developments.

PDU Study: The rise of populist and extremist parties in the EU: The case of Hungary and Austria

This study explores the rise of right-wing political movements in Hungary and Austria and elaborates on the tools at Europe’s disposal to tackle these issues.

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European Congress of Local Governments

The PDU was a partner organisation of this year’s European Congress of Local Governments in May in Krakow, Poland, organising a panel on regional political movements which was chaired by our Deputy Chairman Daniel Schade.

PDU Deputy Editor wins European Commission essay competition

James Bartholomeusz has been chosen as the UK winner of an EU essay competition on the future of enlargement.


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The Future of England, Scotland and the Eurozone: Different Sides of the Same Question?

On Monday 16 March, at the House of Lords, Lord Lexden OBE chaired a panel discussion co-hosted by The Henry Jackson Society and The Project for Democratic Union, exploring how British and European unions interrelate,…

Unions of States in Historical Perspective

On Monday 16 March, The Project for Democratic Union (PDU), Henry Jackson Society (HJS) and the Forum on Geopolitics (Dept. of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge) co-hosted an event at Millbank Tower aimed…

Ukraine: The War for Truth

On February 25th of February the PDU and Platform Ukraine co-hosted a lecture by Professor Timothy Snyder.

Opportunities – Munich Office

Currently, we are searching for project assistants in Munich. Read the internship advertisement here. PDU is constantly seeking part-time project assistants to further the promotion of a European Federal state along PDU’s goals. A vibrant and young…

Call for Papers: The current populism in Europe – A threat to liberal democracy?

The PDU invites its readers and supporters to submit papers to an international conference in Political Science, organized by Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Charles University Prague and Goethe Institute in Prague. We fully support this conference…

Developments in the Eurozone: Muddling through or Turning the Tide?

On November 17th, 2014, the PDU invited speakers to discuss developments in the Eurozone.