The goal of the fund is to support the development of culture and the arts (especially young artists from needy families, or other handicaped persons), educational activities and activities for youth. Website in Czech only. Vinohradská 12 120 99 Praha 2
Český statistický úřad / Czech Statistical Office publishing house
The Czech Statistical Office (CZSO) is a central body of the state administration of the Czech Republic. It was established on 8 January 1969 by the Act No 2/1969 Sb., passed by the Czech National Council, on establishment of ministries and other institutions of central government of the Czech Republic. The Czech Statistical Office publishes at present only about 75 publications, most of them has an annual periodicity or irregular. Publications are published both in print and in electronic form. Website in Czech and English. Na padesátém 81 100 82 Praha 10
Česko-německý fond budoucnosti / Czech-German Fund for the Future
As an inter-state institution, the Czech-German Fund for the Future is a concrete result of the Czech-German Declaration. Both governments signed its statutes on December 29, 1997, thus establishing it as a foundation fund under Czech law with its registered office in Prague. The mission of the Czech-German Fund for the Future is to support understanding between Czech and Germans in various ways, increase the number of bilateral meetings and expand co-operation through support of joint projects, thus actively contributing to the renewal and strengthening of Czech-German relations. Website in Czech, English and German. Na Kazance 634/7 171 00 Praha
Czech Republic T +420 283,850,512 T +420 283,850,513 F +420 283,850,503 firstname.lastname@example.org
Společnost pro vědy a umění / Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences
The SVU is a nonprofit, nonpolitical, cultural organization, dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge, the free dissemination of ideas, and the fostering of contacts among people. It brings together scholars, scientists, artists, writers, students, lawyers, businessmen, and others throughout the world who have a professional, family or other interest in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, their history, peoples, or their cultural and intellectual contributions. Since its inception in 1958, the SVU has grown into a respected international organization with local chapters in major cities around the world. Although the Society until recently functioned almost exclusively in the West, ever since the peaceful 1989 Velvet revolution, it has expanded its activities to Czechoslovakia and its succession states, the Czech and the Slovak Republics. Website in Czech and English.
Národní 3 110 00 Praha 1
The DEAI / meetings is a civic association. The objectives of association's activities are organization of cultural activities of diverse art branches and organization of interbranch meetings of art and general public. They also organize art residences, workshops, exhibitions,courses, theatre, musical and multimedia performances. A target group of association activities includes artists of diverse branches, active people with cultural interests, especially young people and seniors. Website in Czech and English. Poštovní adresa: Dlouhá 33, 110 00, Praha 1 Kostelní 30/674 170 00 Praha 7
Centrum pro studium demokracie a kultury / Democracy and Culture Studies Centre
The Democracy and Culture Studies Centre (CDK) is an independent, non-profit educational and cultural organisation founded as a civic association in August 1993 in Brno, that continues in the work of some earlier initiatives devoted to the development of independent activities and publishing samizdat magazines before 1989. The major goals of CDK include: to further the constitution and development of democractic political culture, to highlight the necessity of Christian values as fundamentals of European civilization, and to emphasize the importance of interconnection of political, economic and cultural areas. The CDK operates its own publishing house and publishes specialized literature and monthly journals - The Politics Review and Theology & Society. Website n Czech and English.
Venhudova 17 614 00 Brno
Czech Republic T +420 545,213,862 F +420 545,213,862 email@example.com
Katedra antropologie FF ZČU / Department of Anthropology - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Western Bohemia University
The Department of Anthropology (DA) is an educational, scholastic and research institution under the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at the University of West Bohemia . The department provides education in the academic fields of Social and Cultural Anthropology on both Bachelor’s and Post-graduate (Master’s) levels and Ph.D. in Ethnology. The purpose of education is to provide students with theoretical, practical and methodological training for the professional sphere in the role of specialists in areas mainly relating to the cultural and social diversity of contemporary complex societies. Graduates of the Bachelor’s and post-graduate programs in Social and Cultural Anthropology commonly find positions in various educational and research institutions, in the sphere of state and local governments, in non-governmental organizations, museums, archives, media and also the commercial sector. Aside from the classic anthropology study of “native” populations, DA’s education aim also encompasses issues of migration, the study of social exclusion, minorities and homelessness, new social religious and identity movements, and also the field of material culture, electronic media, ethnographic film or development and humanitarian issues. Website in Czech and English.
Sedláčkova 15 306 14 Plzeň