• A Push towards a More Sustainable Poland and Czech Republic

    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 at Łódź.

  • Libraries remain inreplaceable and help social cohesion

    A public discussion about the role of libraries in the 21st century.

  • Libraries in Digital Age | Aspen Review Café

    Come and discuss with us the role of libraries in the 21st century!

  • Aspen Report on Libraries in the Digital Age

    What is the role of libraries in the 21st century? Read a report by Aspen Institute.

  • Presentation of Zbigniew Brzezinski’s biography with Charles Gati

    The editor of the biography Professor Gati attended the presentation of its Czech translation

  • Conference Whose Media, Whose Interests: Media freedom is vulnerable

    Criticall reflection upon some of the main issues which currently surround debates about the performance of media in the CZ and CE in general-

  • Launch of Zbigniew Brzezinski’s biography with Charles Gati

    The author of the biography will come to introduce its Czech translation.

  • Visit of Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky to Prague

    The U.S. Representative was our guest in a public discussion.

  • Whose Media, Whose Interests? Ownership, Public Sphere and Online Space | Conference

    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.

  • Discussion with Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky

    A unique opportunity for a discussion with a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • Ivan Hodač at Czech Radio: Why the Czechs are Eurosceptic?

    An interview with the president of Aspen Institute Prague Ivan Hodač on the Czech Radio.

  • Job Offer: Project Coordinator

    Join the Aspen team as Project Coordinator!

  • Job Offer: Intern for Aspen Annual Conference

    Join the Aspen team!

  • Europe after Brexit: a new start or a dead end?

    On the EU Aspen workshop was discussed the domino effect following the Brexit vote, need to rebuild a trust between the EU and European citizens, or the global implication and consequences of Brexit…

  • Aspen Review Café: “We don’t want to tear down Europe”

    Should the V4 countries be perceived as “Barbarians of Central Europe”?

  • New Economy: Shared, Circular, Collaborative – Colours of Ostrava / Meltingpot

    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…

  • Aspen Review Café: Barbarians of Central Europe?

    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…

  • Climate Strategies and Sustainable Economies in Europe

    A workshop in Florence, Italy, discussed the Post-COP21 climate strategies and efforts to implement sustainable economies in Europe.

  • OPEN UP! 2016

    Aspen Institute Prague was a partner of the third edition of the conference on cities, culture, and creative placemaking.

  • Jeff Immelt in Prague: CEE could drive the next industrial revolution

    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.

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