The Anti-panic
Conference 2.0

07. May 2020 (14:00 - 16:00)

The first wave of panic might be over. What now? We need new perspectives and ideas. That’s why experts and leaders of all shapes and sizes will be given space to share their experience and insights for a second time. The first Anti-panic Conference took place on April 2 and was truly successful.

The Aspen Institute Central Europe is co-organizer of the second virtual debate of the Anti-panic platform that was founded by JAD Productions and Unicorn Attacks. The initiator of the project is Yemi A.D., Aspen Young Leaders Program (AYLP) Alumnus and member of the 2019 Class of Henry Crown Fellowship within the Aspen Global Leadership Network.

The Anti-panic Conference 2.0 starts on Thursday, May 7, at 2 p.m., on www.antipanic.liveThe conference will be in the Czech language with the possibility to switch to an English version.

Foreign Voice:

Iveta Radičová, the first female Prime Minister of Slovakia


➡ Tomáš Čupr, Owner, / Aspen Young Leaders Program Alumnus

Lukáš Kovanda, Chief economist, CZECH FUND / Aspen Young Leaders Program Alumnus

➡ Riccardo Lucque, Chef and owner, La Collezione

➡ Petr Pavel, ret. Army General and former Chairman of NATO Military Committee

➡ Tomáš Satoranský, NBA player, Chicago Bulls

➡ Kateřina Vacková, Founder and Chair, Loono / Aspen Young Leaders Program Alumna

➡ Milan Vašina, Former CEO of T-Mobile Czech Republic and Slovak Telekom / future executive director of The Aspen Institute CE



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