In keeping with our goal of having foresight, the Aspen Institute Prague supports policy discussions on various levels among regional leaders and experts. Policy program events serve as nonpartisan forums for analysis, consensus building, and problem solving on a wide variety of issues. In order to have concentrated debate these discussions are organized without general public and media.
To foster meaningful and authentic debate, Aspen Prague organizes annual Policy Brunches, smaller, private events held in the main political and economic centers of the region. By following Chatham House rules, they create an environment for decision makers to reach consensus and search for solutions to various issues.
Two-day seminars that pertain to a specific policy sector. They host a broad spectrum of experts and politicians to guarantee comprehensive and objective debate.
News from Policy Program
Joint project with the The Aspen Institute Germany which aims at fostering mutual understanding in areas, where the countries have diverging positions, and to find common grounds despite the differences... Read more >
Poland and the Czech Republic compete in many areas, such as foreign investment, foreign trade or economic expansion abroad, however, there are some areas where the two countries could co-operate to..... Read more >
Discussion about the possibilities of development of Poland and Czech Republic, with a special emphasis on the role of the cities in this process, which took place on October 17, 2016 at Łódź... Read more >