Leadership Program – Tále, Slovakia
Conference – Prague, Czech Republic
Fireside chat – Prague, Czech Republic
Leadership program – Darovanský dvůr, Czech Republic
Launch event – Prague, Czech Republic
What is the CE perspective on startups and the digital entrepreneur?
See the materials for the second edition of the annual conference Czech Republic: The Shape We’re In, which took place on November 10.
Come and discuss leadership and the courage to take responsibility with the Aspen Young Leaders Program alumni
Come and discuss with us the role of libraries in the 21st century!
The author of the biography will come to introduce its Czech translation.
The aim of the conference is to critically reflect upon some of the main issues which currently surround debates about the performance of media in the CEE region.
A unique opportunity for a discussion with a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Aspen on the Road! Take part in a discussion titled “New Economy: Shared, Circular, Collaborative” a part of Meltingpot, an international forum for the exchange of new ideas on the occasion of Colours of Ostrava.
It is our pleasure to invite you to a public debate which is a side event accompanying the eponymous issue of our Aspen Review CEE quarterly.
We will discuss the issue of Central Europe’s role within the EU.
Industry and industrial competitiveness were the main topics of a unique roundtable with the GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt and key regional business and industrial players.
The conference will focus on the role of culture in urban development and evaluation of cultural projects.
We are happy to invite you to the most important economic event in Central Europe that will assemble several thousand distinguished guests.
What is causing the radicalization of Europe? How can democratic institutions regain legitimacy? Is Central Europe turning toward illiberalism? Discuss in a public debate titled Institutions in Crisis!
Report from the fourth edition of our flagship event for Central and Eastern European professionals
The sixth in the Art Match series discussed the challenges in financing National Gallery.
Public debate about sources of financing in creative placemaking in the V4 countries.
The event looks into the perspectives of creative industries, their impact on the city and their intersection with cultural strategies and financing schemes through the examples of Prague, Warsaw and Budapest.
Policy meeting which discussed examples of public and private support schemes.
Renowned experts will discuss the impact of digital technology on education at the 19th annual Forum 2000 Conference.
Join us for a debate about culture and urban development at the Colours of Ostrava music festival.
Expert policy meeting on the EU digital agenda goals taking place in Brussels.
Public debate about the future of cities in Central Europe taking place at the Pohoda festival in Slovakia.
Public debate accompanying the publication of the new issue of the Aspen Review Central Europe.
Aspen Institute Prague is the Partner of 2015 reSITE Festival. Within the conference the Institute will organize a special public debate with former Mayor of Reykjavik Jón Gnarr.
Jón Gnarr (Reykjavik), Matěj Hollan (Brno) and Peter Bročka (Trnava) in a public debate about their experiences with politics at city halls.
Public speech by the European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
A policy meeting focusing on key priorities of the Visegrad Group in Digital Agenda. The event is co-organized by the Aspen Institute Prague and Central European Policy Institute.
Continuation of the Young Leaders Program in Low Tatras.
We invite you to the presentation of results of the Crowdfunding Visegrad project. Our guests will share recommendations for individuals interested in community funding.
A two-day festival on Creative Placemaking – a process in which partners from public, non-profit, private and community sectors join to strategically shape the urban areas around using arts and culture.
Public discussion organized within the 18th FORUM 2000 annual conference
Aspen Institute Prague is partner organisation of the conference about the importance of culture for city development within the Street for Art 2014 festival in Prague.
Panel discussion organized by the Aspen Institute Prague within the Economic Forum in Krynica, Poland.
Public debate on art and cultural activities as tools to economically and socially revive localities, cities and regions. Pohoda Festival, Trenčín airport, Slovakia.
The conference commemorated the momentous events across Central and Eastern Europe 25 years ago and the enormous geo-political changes that followed.
Panel debate organized by the Aspen Institute Prague within the European Economic Forum, Katowice.
Platform for Internet Economy (PIE) in cooperation with the Aspen Institute Prague organized its annual conference on the Internet economy.
Panel discussion assessed Central Europe ten years after the EU accession and presented recommendations for the region collected in an eponymous report.
The Aspen Institute Prague was a partner of the Festival Czech Innovation taking place on Friday, March 14 in the National Library of Technology.
Aspen Young Leaders Program 2014 took place on February 20 – 23, 2014 in Tatra Mountains, Slovakia. The Program was traditionally designed for emerging leaders from Central Europe, in different professions such as business, administration, the arts, sports and science.
Closed-door roundtable discussion launching on February 11 in Prague within the project Crowdfunding Visegrad.
Aspen Institute Italia accepts applications for the Francesco Cossiga Memorial Scholarship, awarded in memory of the former President of the Italian Republic and former Honorary Chairman of Aspen Institute Italia.
International panel discussion taking place on Monday, January 27, 2014, at 2 pm in Malostranský palác (Malostranské náměstí 25, Prague 1).
If you wish to take part in the Aspen Young Leaders Program 2014, submit your CV to aylp (at) aspeninstitute.cz. The deadline for submission is January 5, 2014.
Public debate organized with Respekt weekly as part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week.
The Aspen Institute Prague Annual Conference “Overcoming Barriers to Growth” was held on October 9 – 10, 2013 in cooperation with PRK Partners, attorneys at law.
Aspen Institute Prague will hold a public discussion at the 17th annual Forum 2000 Conference
Aspen Institute Prague and Prague Twenty organized the open public lecture “Euro – the Past and the Future”.
The second annual reSITE Conference in Prague took place on June 20 – 21, 2013 at the iconic DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague. The world’s leading experts in urban design, architecture, planning, technology and finance convened to debate sustainable planning strategies for modern, competitive and livable cities.
The second 2013 issue of the quaterly magazine Aspen Review Central Europe was released on June 10, 2013.
Symposium organized by CZECH CENTER NEW YORK and the ASPEN INSTITUTE PRAGUE on the occasion of the Czech Center’s presidency of the European Union National Institutes for Culture in New York (EUNIC).
Aspen Institute Prague participated at the 14th Annual Non-profit Fair on May 3, 2013 in the National Technical Library, Prague.
On behalf of the Aspen Institute Prague, Mr. Pepper de Callier, member of the AIP Supervisory Board and founder and Executive Director of the Prague Leadership Institute, delivered a workshop on change leadership at the Conference on Project Management 2013 in Zlin.
Forum on security of critical infrastructure in Central Europe was organized in the framework of 8th annual Bratislava Global Security Forum GLOBSEC 2013.
Aspen Institute Prague was a partner to the Czech Republic – Poland Economic Forum. The Forum was a part of the EEC Roadshow 2013 initiative – a series of economic conferences organized in the countries of the Visegrád Group.
The first 2013 issue of our quaterly magazine Aspen Review Central Europe was released on March 15.
A working policy brunch organized by the Aspen Institute Prague and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic took place on March 12.
The Aspen Young Leaders Program is designed for emerging leaders (age 20—40) from Central Europe, in various professions such as politics, business, the arts and sports.
Culture + is a series of projects, debates and conferences organized by EUNIC Cluster Czech Republic, aiming to explore ways in which culture contributes to wider agendas.
Aspen Institute in Prague, International Visegrad Fund, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung together with the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Centre for Eastern Studies, Polish Institute for International Relations, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs organized a closed-door round for policy and decision-makers.
The Aspen Institute Prague commenced its operation in Central Europe with an international conference titled “Crisis as Opportunity: Europe and the United States in a Globalized World”.