Mezinárodní visegrádský fond / International Visegrad Fund
The mission of the International Visegrad Fund is to promote development of closer cooperation among the Visegrad Group (V4) countries—the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia—and to strengthen the ties among people in the region. The Fund provides funding for common cultural, scientific, research and educational projects, youth exchanges, promotion of tourism and cross-border cooperation. Most of the grant recipients are non-governmental organizations, municipalities and local governments, universities, schools and other public institutions and also individual citizens. The Fund also awards individual scholarships and artist residencies. Website in English. Kráľovské údolie 8 811 02 Bratislava
Nadační Fond Mezinárodní Fórum Mládeže / INTERNATIONAL YOUTH FORUM ENDOWMENT FUND
The fund began its activity as a social movement in 2002 like a J&S Group - organizer of the festivals. In 2009 it got legal status as a nonprofit organization ENDOWMENT FUND INTERNATIONAL FORUM OF YOUTH. By organizing social programs for children's and youth's creative work (competitions, seminars, master-classes) the fund contributes to preservation of cultural traditions of different countries and supports talented children of different nationalities especially surrounding by care and attention those in difficult life situations. It unites the children from all over the world cultivates tolerance and respect towards other cultures and religions. Since 2002 projects organized by the fund are supported by the ministry of Educations of the Czech Republic, by the City Hall of Prague, governors of regions and international organizations and political structures in EU. Every year the fund organizes over 20 social projects in the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, France and Austria and in other countries with the participation of about 50.000 children. Website in Czech, English and Russian.
Tatarkova 733/2 149 00 Praha
Intes Prague is focused on import of literature from abroad to the Czech Republic. It imports fiction and non-fiction. Website in Czech with some information in English. Slávy Horníka 1021/16a 150 06 Praha 5
Czech Republic T +420 257,215,126 T +420 257,216,125 F +420 257,211,348 firstname.lastname@example.org
The J&M Agency organizes conferences, congresses and incentive residences in the Czech republic and abroad. In culture, agency stands in for few artists. Website in English only. Poštovní adresa: P.O. Box 41, 635 00 Brno Na Pankráci 1618/30 140 00 Praha
Nadace Jakoubka ze Stříbra / Jakoubek of Stříbro Foundation
The aim of the foundation is the restoration of the historical centre of the city of Stříbro and its presentation as an attractive tourist and culture centre of the region. Website only in Czech. Městský úřad Stříbro Masarykovo nám. 1 349 01 Stříbro
Vzdělávací nadace Jana Husa / Jan Hus Educational Foundation
The foundation supports projects within the Cursus Innovati Programme (development of education in humanities). Further, the foundation gives away scholarships in the field of humanities, the Bronislava Müllerová Award for the best essay and Libellus Primus Award for the best first publication of a young researcher in humanities. Website in Czech only. Žerotínovo náměstí 9 602 00 Brno
Czech Republic T +420 549,491,049 T +420 549,491,059 F +420 549,491,050 email@example.com
The Society of Czech Writers gives out the award for the "most significant Czech piece of poetry that continues in conveying the best traditions and spirit of Moravian poetry". Website in Czech and some information in English, German and French.
The Jaroslav Seifert Award has been handed out by the Charter 77 Foundation in Stockholm since 1986. Our most significant literary award is given to exceptional works of poetry and fiction that have been recently published in the Czech Republic or abroad during the past three years. The awards ceremony take place every year on September 22, the eve of the famous poet´s birthday. Website in Czech and English.