The Prague Society promotes international cooperation in Central Europe. Our aims are:
- to promote a global approach to business, politics and academia;
- 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;
- to publish unique comment from our members and guests.
We create and maintain a network of businessmen, diplomats, politicians and academics, who contribute to important policy issues. Our events provide a unique opportunity for decision-makers to influence and act upon one another’s thinking in an atmosphere of trust and informality.
The Prague Society grew out of the dissident movement fighting communist regimes. Some of its members were imprisoned. The Prague Society finally became a registered NGO in 1997 during the Presidency of Václav Havel.
Its main aims are to promote international cooperation in Central Europe by showing leadership against corruption and abuse.
The Prague Society creates and maintains a network of businessmen, diplomats, politicians and academics, who contribute to important policy issues. lt organizes off-the-record discussions which allow decision-makers to influence and act upon one another’s thinking and endeavors to bring about a new generation of leaders and – most importantly – to give a voice to the unheard.
“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, Conference of Foreign Ministers 2001