Increasing Awareness of the Hybrid Threats: Strengthening Resilience in the Western Balkans
Strengthening the Resilience of Czech, Slovak, and Polish Societies Prior to the 2024 European Parliament Elections
Tereza Jermanová is AMO Research Fellow and her area of expertize is Egypt, Tunisia, and political transformations in Arab countries.
She is Assistant Professor at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague where she lectures on Contemporary politics of the Middle East and North Africa. She earned her Ph.D. in Comparative Politics at the University of Warwick, Great Britain. She holds her MA in North African Politics from the University of Exeter, and before that studied politics at the Sciences Po in Paris and the Charles University in Prague. Her research focuses on Egypt, Tunisia, and processes of democratization and constitution-making.
Tereza has been active in AMO since 2008. She served as editor of the Agenda for Czech Foreign Policy in 2017, coordinated an educational project for high school students aimed at raising their awareness about citizens’ rights in the EU in 2013-2014, and co-organized a training for Egyptian journalists in 2011. She also served as Member of AMO Supervisory Board between 2018 and 2021.