What’s happening in Prague this week? Check out all of the upcoming events here!

February 16th

(Virtual Seminar) Technology and Democracy: Is it a Match? Presented by Forum 2000 + British Embassy in Prague. Starts at 16:00 and the tickets are FREE.

How are democracies around the world competing in the hair-raising pursuit of technological supremacy? And how do they match up to regimes like China and Russia who are innovating at an unprecedented rate, concentrating on their defensive and offensive cyber capabilities? Forum 2000, champion organization of Vaclav Havel and leading advocate for strengthening democracy around the world, and the British Embassy in Prague are partnering up to present an exciting array of speakers to give you everything you need to know. Included in the programme are speakers from Avast!, the No.1 Czech cybersecurity company, and the London School of Economics.

(Virtual Activity) Murder Mystery Challenge by the Murder Mystery Theatre. Starts at 18:00 and the tickets begin at 10.30 pounds.

In this school-themed Murder Mystery Challenge, you’ll be enlisted by the Headmaster of a private academy to investigate a murder. The atmosphere is rife with financial stress and criminal behaviour, giving an abundance of motives for you to narrow down to find the murderer. This week-long event will give you loads of clues, footage, and gameplay to enjoy the experience completely online – assisted by a team of professional actors! With two prizes ranging up to a 50 pounds Amazon gift card for those who correctly find – and describe – the murderer, the stakes run high!

February 17th

(Virtual Seminar) Bill Gates on How to Avoid a Climate Disaster by How To Academy. Starts at 20:00 and the tickets are 20 pounds.

With no shortage of positive and infamous dialogue surrounding the Microsoft founder and billionaire Bill Gates, there is certainly not enough credit given to the impact on sustainability, innovation in medicine, and health treatment coordinated by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In this incredibly on point seminar, learn from Mr. Gates on what humanity needs to do to curb the impending fatal consequences of climate change on our planet.

(Virtual Workshop) Writing a Short Story by Reedsy Write-In. Starts at 20:00 and the tickets are FREE.

It’s time to get your pencils out and paper ready, and take advantage of the slippery icy streets of Prague to stay inside and get inspired to write! By Canadian Author Shaelin Bishop, you’ll get to listen to her discussion for what makes a great short story – and how to write one from start to finish. To help teach, there will also be a writing exercise during the class and a Q & A session to help you make the most out of this free workshop.

February 20th

(Virtual Workshop) Vegan For Beginners by Nola Ro. Starts at 11:00 CET and the tickets are 1 USD.

If you’re hoping to join the rising trend of eco-friendly Vegans taking the plant-based industry by storm, you’ll already know that becoming Vegan is harder than you might’ve thought. That’s why this Vegan Workshop for beginners hopes to guide and instruct you on how to start – and keep – a healthy, plant-based diet. Learn what it takes to eat vegan, and gain some insight into some of the delicious and insightful cuisine available in this comprehensive workshop!

Joey Petrila

Joey Petrila

As an American in Prague, I love beer history and finding good lakes to swim in during the summer.
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