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Tomáš Petříček - The legacy of Václav Havel

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Ivan Bartoš - The most important thing in politics is to keep learning
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Greg McStravick - Data Transformation and Future Beyond 2018
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Radek Vondráček - "Respect and debate are the foundations."

2nd Edition of “Greek Film Days” in Prague
The Embassy of Greece in the Czech Republic organized the 2nd edition of "Greek Film Days in Prague" from 31 October until 2 November 2019.
Connect Visions to Solutions contest won by Czech startup, 4dot Mechatronic Systems
Prague 25 October 2019 – Czech company 4dot Mechatronic Systems has won the Connect Visions to Solutions international start-up contest.
Czech manager Renata Mrázová, who is currently the Chief People Officer at the Home Credit Company, accepted the award for diversity and inclusion, the so-called Diversity Award, on Thursday at Obecní dům.
Barbora Kysilková aka BARBAR – The Painter & The Thief
Opening Ceremony in the MIRO Gallery Prague on November 1, 2019
Austrian National Day
Diplomatic Event
Angelique Rewers
Women, saying yes to your mission will help to change the world
Rostislav Jirkal
I see many potential synergies for Czech and Israeli SMEs
Vazil Hudák
We are all Europeans
Milan Koller
Run? Then run for a hospice and go there to see for yourself
Alexandr Vondra
I would recommend the government not to underestimate the Presidency

“Prostě já a nic jiného”

Zuzana Palovic

Founder of Global Slovakia (www.globalslovakia.com)

Hana Součková

A company built on values always offers something extra

Gunta Pastore

I Am Privileged to Serve in a Like-Minded Country

Marcel Kolaja

We need to bring the European politics back home

30 years after 9/11: How many Germanies should Europe have?
2019 sees the 30th anniversary of the European 9/11 – the fall of the Berlin Wall. Dislike the 9/11 that came 12 years later, which many now associate with the demise of the Anglo-American dominant capitalism, for the most – this European 9/11 marks the final end of the Cold War. Downing the Wall brought…
Simona Kijonková a Milan Formánek newly run ELAI workshops
Two exceptionally interesting personalities have recently expanded the European Leadership and Academic Institute (ELAI) series of lecturers. Simona Kijonková, one of the most fascinating and successful entrepreneurs, and Milan Formánek, a biohacker, futurist and innovator who has been a Media Network Manager at Red Bull Media House for 13 years. Simona Kijonková founded Zásilkovna in…
6 Best Travel Destinations in Asia for First-Time Travelers
With so many breathtaking places to visit, Asia is undoubtedly one of the most desired destinations. Asian countries offer a unique blend of cultures, cuisines, and traditions, not to be experienced anywhere else in the world. Every year, the number of tourists visiting Asia only keeps growing. Just take a look at the statistics from…
30 Haunted Places to Visit Around the World
With the crisp fall air come the perfect conditions for visiting the scariest, spookiest and best haunted places in the world. While some haunted houses can seem a little hokey — filled with actors dressed as ghouls, goblins, mad scientists, and Frankenstein’s monsters — there are several spots around the globe with real reputations for…
This Is the Scientific Reason Flying Makes You so Tired
We’ve all stepped off the jet bridge feeling tired, groggy, or ready to practically drop on the floor and take a nap in the middle of a terminal. At least, most of us have. Traveling can make anyone tired, though it affects some people more than others. This phenomenon is known as jet lag and…

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