*All events are virtual and free unless otherwise specified November 30th: “Kinder, refugees & host families.” With Sir David Attenborough. In this discussion of engaging world-renowned speakers, most famous for his environmental activism and hit-nature documentaries Sir David Attenborough will be dissecting the refugee crisis throughout the 2nd-quarter of the 20th century. He’ll be focusing on his personal experience, when his parents hosted children in Germany during the Holocaust, Attenborough is joined by the descendent of renouwned Britch Prime Minister Clement Atlee in investigating the humanity of a crisis. December 1st: “Impact Forum: Strength In Numbers” presented by the Constellation Fund. Have you wondered how some countries in the world with the strongest economies still continue to have record-high numbers
The three week festival Praha Září culture festival began on September 8th, at 8:30 pm. The opening at Holešovice Exhibitions Grounds was attended by Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib and city councilor Hana Třeštíková. Here are some insights from the first day of the celebrations. The event’s program can be found here. The photos are courtesy of Peter Fulop via www.2media.cz. No related posts.
14/09 – 22/09: From Monday One World Documentary Film Festival at various Prague-based theatres. “Films that are changing the World ” – that’s the programme title of this renowned film festival hosting their docu-series in a selection of Prague’s independent theatres. With documentaries spanning from the War in Ukraine, animal rights, and Syrian refugee crisis. You can review the programme to see what’s playing in cinemas closest to you, and immerse yourself in this beautiful but important lineup of films. 14/09 – 28/09: From Monday St.Wenceslas Market in Wenceslas Square starting Monday. Good King Wenceslas will be gracing us with his presence at Wenceslas square starting today. With all the classical Bohemian themes, from a blacksmith to Czech-made goods, this