Zuzana Stuchlíková is a research fellow and Head of Brussels Office at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, a Prague-based independent think tank focused on EU affairs. She joined EUROPEUM in 2013 and over the years has been in charge of various projects, such as the International Summer School and study visits while developing her own research as well, before she became the Head of EUROPEUM’s Brussels office in March 2017.
Zuzana received her bachelor diploma in Media studies and International Area Studies at Charles University in Prague and continued in a master degree in European Studies, during which she also studied at Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs in 2014. In her thesis, she focused on Europeanisation of the Czech environmental NGOs and graduated with honors in February 2017.
She worked as a research assistant at the Department of European Studies at Charles University between 2013 – 2015, where she was mostly involved in research and activities dealing with external relations of the European Union. In 2015 she completed a traineeship at Trans European Policy Studies Association in Brussels. Since 2014, she is a Deputy President of Young Citizens, an NGO encouraging political participation of young people in the Czech Republic.
In her research, she focuses on topics related to Central Europe and Visegrad cooperation, Czech Republic’s European Policy and EU institutions.