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  • 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.

  • Take part in V4 Startup Survey!

    Help us improve the legal and administrative environment for startups in the Central and Eastern Europe by filling in a short questionnaire!

  • Barbarians of Central Europe? Discover the new Aspen Review!

    Read the latest issue of the magazine, dedicated to the rift between old and new EU member states.

  • OPEN UP! 2016 conference

    The conference will focus on the role of culture in urban development and evaluation of cultural projects.

  • Ivan Hodač zvolen předsedou správní rady Aspen Institute Prague

    Správní rada Aspen Institute Prague (AIP) zvolila svého dosavadního místopředsedu Ivana Hodače novým předsedou a poděkovala za činnost ve funkci předsedy odstupujícímu Michaelu Žantovskému.

  • Leadership games: Interviews with Czech leaders

    ATAIRU presents Czech leaders in interviews talking deeply about the leadership aspects and testing the ability to move from words to deeds.

  • Apply for RFE/RF Journalism Fellowships 2016-2017!

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty offers Journalism Fellowship 2016-2017. Apply now!

  • Institutions in Crisis: We need more responsible leaders

    Public debate Aspen Review Café about the current state of democratic institutions.

  • European Economic Congress 2016 in Katowice

    We are happy to invite you to the most important economic event in Central Europe that will assemble several thousand distinguished guests.

  • Start-up competition Creative Business Cup for the first time in the Czech Republic

    Czech start-ups active in the field of creative industries may sign up to the worldwide competition called Creative Business Cup and get the chance to win a bonus of 15 000 EUR for the first time…

  • Aspen Review Café: Institutions in Crisis

    What is causing the radicalization of Europe? How can democratic institutions regain legitimacy? Is Central Europe turning toward illiberalism? Discuss in a public debate titled Institutions in…

  • APPLY NOW! Long-term internship

    Aspen Institute Prague is looking for a highly-motivated intern

  • Žáček bude řídit komunikaci Aspen Institute Prague

    Komunikaci Aspen Institute Prague bude od druhé poloviny dubna řídit Jenda Žáček. Na nově zřízené pozici manažera komunikace bude mít na starosti PR, sociální sítě a celou komunikaci včetně strategie…

  • Art Match: Cultural Philanthropy and Alternative Cultural Institutions

    The seventh debate in the Art Match series was devoted to cultural philanthropy and alternative cultural institutions.

  • INSTITUTIONS IN CRISIS: Read the new Aspen Review!

    The latest issue of the quarterly covers the many current challenges faced by democratic institutions.

  • Aspen Young Leaders Program 2016

    Report from the fourth edition of our flagship event for Central and Eastern European professionals

  • Art Match: Patronage and National Gallery

    The sixth in the Art Match series discussed the challenges in financing National Gallery.

  • Placemaking: Multisource financing

    Public debate about sources of financing in creative placemaking in the V4 countries.

  • Creative Industries and the City: Prague, Warsaw, Budapest

    The event looks into the perspectives of creative industries, their impact on the city and their intersection with cultural strategies and financing schemes through the examples of Prague, Warsaw and…

  • Digital Economy in Central and Eastern Europe

    An overview of digital agenda statistics in the region

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