• Overcoming Barriers to Growth

    The Aspen Institute Prague together with PRK Partners, attorneys at law, held the annual conference “Overcoming Barriers to Growth” on October 9 – 10.

  • Overcoming Barriers to Growth – Aspen Institute Prague Annual Conference

    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.

  • Transforming Cities: Towards Smart Forms of Governance

    Aspen Institute Prague will hold a public discussion at the 17th annual Forum 2000 Conference

  • TRANSFORMING CITIES: Towards Smart Forms of Governance


  • Egypt: The Rise of Islamism?

    The ongoing crisis in Egypt attracts the attention of the whole world. In one of the previous Aspen Reviews Arabist and security expert Tomáš Raděj analyzed the political development in Egypt, which…

  • Annual Conference 2013

    The Aspen Institute Prague Annual Conference celebrating 20 years of the Czech Republic will take place on October 9 and 10, 2013 in the Czech National Bank

  • Benjamin Barber: We Are All Urban Species

    The latest issue of the Aspen Review Central Europe brings an interview with political philosopher Benjamin Barber. Now you can read the whole interview here.

  • Watch the Debate about the Euro On-Line

    The public debate about the euro organized by the Aspen Institute Prague and Prague Twenty on June 21, 2013 is now available in our video archive.

  • Euro – the Past and the Future

    Aspen Institute Prague and Prague Twenty organized the open public lecture “Euro – the Past and the Future”.

  • reSITE

    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,…

  • Aspen Review: Creative Cities

    The Aspen Institute Prague proudly presents the June 2013 issue of the Aspen Review Central Europe, introducing the Creative Cities as the cover story.

  • Future of Euro

    What is the future of the euro and the eurozone? Check the discussion with Jean-Claude Trichet, former President of the European Central Bank, the President of the National Bank of Poland Marek Belka…

  • Aspen Review Central Europe

    The second 2013 issue of the quaterly magazine Aspen Review Central Europe was released on June 10, 2013.

  • reSITE

    reSITE in cooperation with DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Aspen Institute Prague and other partners invited all with an active interest in cities to the second annual reSITE Conference.

  • F(o)unding Culture

    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 …

  • F(o)unding Culture

    Experience of Central Europe and the United States. Symposium held in the Bohemian National Hall in New York City.

  • NGO Market

    Aspen Institute Prague participated at the 14th Annual Non-profit Fair on May 3, 2013 in the National Technical Library, Prague.

  • Leadership in Non-profit Sector

    Interactive Workshop of the Aspen Institute Prague at the 14th Annual NGO Market on May 3, 2013.

  • Project Management 2013

    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…

  • GLOBSEC 2013

    Forum on security of critical infrastructure in Central Europe was organized in the framework of 8th annual Bratislava Global Security Forum GLOBSEC 2013.

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