The challenge for all of us is to live in a way, to act in a way, where we make a difference to bring about a better world

F. W. de Klerk, Nobel Laureate, Honorary President of the Prague Society

Promoting a global approach to business, politics and academia in Central Europe through transparent networking and off the record dialogue.

Mission

The Prague Society promotes international cooperation in Central Europe: to help decision-makers to consider the implications of their actions;
to develop a new generation of responsible, well-informed leaders and thinkers in Central Europe (…)

History

The Prague Society was established in 1997 by a diverse group from the Czech Republic, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, and New Zealand.

Latest News & Events

Vladimir Lastuvka at the German Embassy In MemoriamUncategorized
October 1, 2018

In Memoriam: Vladimír Laštůvka (1943 – 2018)

Vladimír Laštůvka, dissident, politician, nuclear physicist and great friend of the Prague Society, has passed away.

Event
September 18, 2018

Lunch Hosted by H.E. Efthymios Efthymiades, Ambassador of Greece to the Czech Republic

Ladies left to right: H.E. Mrs. Manuela Franco, Princess Elisabeth Lobkowicz, Dr. Barbara Day Gentlemen, left to right: Mr. Pavlos Olziersky, Prof. Marc S. Ellenbogen,…

H.R.E. AwardsNews
September 10, 2018

[In the Press] Hanno R. Ellenbogen Citizenship Awards 2018

“Cardinal Vincent Nichols received the Hanno R Ellenbogen Award on 30th August 2018 on behalf of the Santa Marta Group (SMG). The Hanno R Ellenbogen Citizenship Award (HRE Award) is given annually by The Prague Society to honor dedication and achievement in public service, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe. The HRE award is presented in partnership with the Global Panel Foundation.