We are glad you’ve visited the Visions for Europe project. It is our wish that during the Czech Presidency of the EU Council, it will gather as many different perspectives as possible on what our continent should look like in the future and how to deal with the challenges we face together. You will meet various personalities from culture, science and politics, often with their very personal stories. If at least one of the "visions" catches your eye and makes you wonder what kind of Europe you would like to see for yourself, it has all made sense.
Andrukhovych writes in Ukrainian and is known for his pro-Ukrainian and pro-European views. In his essays, which he began to publish in the mid 1990s, Andrukhovych often draws upon his travels in central and eastern Europe to muse over the peculiarities of Europe’s past and current cultural landscapes, focusing much of his attention on the eastern regions of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, most notably, his native Galicia.
He has been awarded numerous prizes and has been translated into many languages.