• 1918-2018
    What happened to Wilsonian Idealism?

    The international conference prepared in cooperation with CERGE-EI and the U.S. Embassy in Prague.

  • Society 4.0:
    How to Prepare for the Impact of the Technological Revolution

    Public debate on technology and society organized in cooperation with Opero and ABRA Software in Prague.

  • Job Offer – Project Manager

    Central European non-profit organization Aspen Institute Central Europe is looking for a Project Manager.

  • Strategies for Successful Cities:
    A Dutch Perspective; Bratislava

    Second public debate, this time in Bratislava, on actual challenges for Slovak cities, focusing on smart mobility.

  • Strategies for Successful Cities:
    A Dutch Perspective; Prague

    Discussing open urban planning and Metropolitan Plan of Prague with Zef Hemel, Tomáš Lapáček and Zdeněk Tomíček.

  • Aspen Review získal stříbro v soutěži Zlatý středník

    Aspen Review se umístil na 2.místě v soutěži firemních médií Zlatý středník!

  • Dana Baschová becomes Deputy Executive Director

    On April 1, Dana Baschová became Deputy Executive Director at the Aspen Institute Central Europe

  • Aspen Review Café: Empowering Women

    Second debate of Aspen Review Café, this time on Empowering Women, discussing role and perception of women in Central Europe.

  • Freedom for Nations – Read the new Aspen.Review!

    We release this year’s 1st issue of Aspen.Review with the title Freedom for Nations dedicated (not only) to the 100th anniversary of 1918. But we also try to look to the future. Therefore, we are…

  • Report: Aspen Young Leaders Program 2018

    Read the report from the seventh edition of the Aspen Young Leaders Program that was held from March 15 to 18, 2018.

  • Art Match: The Future of Czech Glass

    The first discussion of ArtMatch series in 2018 on future outlooks for Czech glass, organized in cooperation with Bohemian Heritage Fund and Preciosa.

  • Slovak Aspen Alumni Get-Together

    At the first Slovak AYLP alumni meeting, Ladislav Miko and Pavol Demeš discussed with our Slovak young leaders European common values and V4.

  • Slovakia and Central Europe in the Digital Era

    Aspen Review Café debates are moving out of Prague! We have started in Bratislava discussing digitalization and future of work.

  • Report: Aspen New Year’s Party

    The Aspen Institute Central Europe New Year’s Party took place on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, from 7 p.m. at Opero. We would like to thank everyone for attending this joyful event!

  • Call for Applications – Aspen Young Leaders Program

    Are you a successful professional, aged 25-40, coming from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland or Slovakia? Then join our program for exceptional and open-minded leaders interested in tackling…

  • Aspen V4-Germany Expert Forum

    On December 6th and 7th 2017, the third round of Aspen V4-Germany expert forum took place in Berlin.

  • Art Match: Hodnota fotografie

    Ve spolupráci s Bohemian Heritage Fund jsme uspořádali Art Match na téma Hodnota fotografie.

  • Aspen Annual Conference 2017 – Kam kráčíš, Česko

    První den výroční konference proběhl proběhl 29. listopadu 2017 v prostorách Anežského kláštera ve spolupráci s Hospodářskými novinami. Všem účastníkům děkujeme!

  • Aspen Annual Conference 2017 – The Shape of (Central) Europe

    Aspen Institute CE Annual Conference focused for the first time on Central Europe. See our expert report presented at the conference!

  • Streaming konference Kam kráčíš, Česko

    Sledujte přímý přenos prvního dne výroční konference Aspen Institutu CE!

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