Past Events

The Chinese investments in the Czech Republic

The Institute for Politics and Society invites you to a debate "The Chinese investments in the Czech Republic". Issues surrounding Chinese firms and their effect on the Czech economy have caused quite a stir in the last year. But what is really going on with Chinese investments in the...

eHealth

The Institute for Politics and Society, in cooperation with the European Liberal Forum, has the distinct honor of inviting you to the upcoming event organised to discuss the topic of eHealth. This event aims to expand upon the previous discussions held at the Digital Czech Republic conference as the last of this...

Multi-speed Europe

Delegation of Prague to the EU, the Institute for Politics and Society and the European Liberal Forum coordially invite you to the discussion "Multi-speed Europe". Europe à la carte or multi-speed Europe has been discussed for a long time. President of the European Commission Mr. Juncker presented...

Unconditional Basic Income – The End of Work as We Know It?

The Institute for Politics and Society in a cooperation with European Liberal Forum is holding a business breakfast called Unconditional basic income - the end of work as we know it? The event is organised with the financial support of the European Parliament. Neither the European Parliament nor...

The Tradition of Czech Monetary Policy

The Institute for Politics and Society is holding a debate called The Tradition of Czech Monetary Policy. We will soon celebrate twenty-five years of separate Czech currency. At our short afternoon debate consisting of two hourly panels, we recall its birth, separation and how the inflation, convertibility and...

The Way to the Cashless Society

The Institute for Politics and Society, together with Česká spořitelna, will organize a business breakfast under the title The Way to the Cashless Society. The meeting will be held in Czech and it is by invitation only.

Quo Vadis – Czech Foreign Policy

The Institute for Politics and Society invites you to a debate "Quo Vadis - Czech Foreign Policy" organised within the Festival of Democracy which is part of the conference Forum 2000. Czech foreign policy is often perceived as unclear because Czech national interests have not been sufficiently defined.  The...