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23rd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Inspiration Forum

Festival of Thinking

Inspiration Forum Guests

 


Jan Beránek

Bohdan Bláhovec

Miroslava Bobáková

Vojtěch Boháč

Ivo Bystřičan

Francisco Cantú


Matej Cíbik

Petr Cífka

Ondřej Císař

Clifford Coonan

Magdaléna Daňková

Tereza Dočkalová

Veronika Dombrovská

Predrag Duronjić

Petr Fischer

Alisa Ganieva

Alfred Gerstl

Adéla Gjuričová

Zoe Gudović

Tomáš Halík

Dominik Hána

Sini Harkki

Tomáš Holub

Haruna Honcoop

Srećko Horvat

Marek Hovorka

Sophie Howe

Ivo Hucl

Marta Jalowska

Petra Jelínková

Jiří Jeřábek

Naďa Johanisová

Miriam Kanioková

Dariusz Karlowicz

Anna Kárníková

Kapka Kassabová

Jana Smiggels Kavková

Zuzana Kleknerová

Martin Kohout

Fawzia Koofi

Karolína Koubová

Zuzana Kříčková

Jonathan Ledgard

Ondřej Liška

Tereza Lízalová

Wei-lun Lu

Bill McKibben

Pavla Melková

Stanislav Mišák

Mia Nguyen

Aleš Palán

Šárka Pálková

Jakub Patočka

Josef Pazderka

Jiří Pehe

Petra Procházková

Vojtěch Prokeš

Daniel Prokop

Marek Pros

Ivana Průchová

Fatima Rahimi

Ondrej Remiáš

Filip Remunda

Ivona Novoměstská Remundová

Tomáš Rezek

Alice Rezková

Stein Ringen

Jan Romportl

Eamon Ryan

Hana Řičicová

Bence Ságvári

Isabella Salton

Martin Sedlák

Kateřina Smejkalová

Jan Sokol

Draško Stojčević

Vítek Svoboda

Ivana Svobodová

Adam Svozil

Kateřina Šafaříková

Kirill Ščeblykin

Jindřich Šídlo

Bára Šichanová

Kateřina Šimáčková

Martin M. Šimečka

Paulína Tabery

Jonathan Terra

Sonam Tsering

Richard Turcsányi

Saša Uhlová

Magda Vašáryová

Ljubica Vašić

Martin Veselovský

Petr Vizina

Zbyněk Vlasák

Zuzana Vlasatá

Tomáš Vocelka

Vít Vojta

Christian Weißgerber

Filip Zajíček

Juraj Zamkovský

 

Jan Beránek

Co-founder of DUHA – Friends of the Earth, where in the 1990s he led an energetic campaign including events aimed at terminating work on the Temelín nuclear power plant. From 2003 to 2005, he led the Czech Green Party. He then began working for Greenpeace as a leader of their climate campaign in Eastern Europe, and later conducted a global campaign for nuclear energy and climate change from Amsterdam. As a specialist in radiation protection, he led the Greenpeace team of experts in Fukushima. He is now in charge of Greenpeace’s strategy for organizational development in Amsterdam.
Don’t Stand By and Watch – Act | 27.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
An Unpleasant Young Voice: Video Footage of Speeches by Young Activists | 27.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Bohdan Bláhovec

Documentary filmmaker, FAMU graduate. His feature debut Show! won the Czech Film Critics Award. He is one of the pioneers of slam poetry in the Czech Republic. As an occasional actor, he collaborates with the Heroes Studio or the Chemical Theater. Hosted a TV show about literary events ASAP.
As Long As They’re Pigs: The Wide World of Wankers | 25.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Miroslava Bobáková

Graduate of ethnology at Comenius University in Bratislava. Bobáková focuses on issues relating to women’s rights, civil society development, particularly through the promotion and development of women’s rights organizations, women’s groups and initiatives, feminist philanthropy, support activism and active citizenship in a system of shared governance.
Women’s Voices | 25.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Vojtěch Boháč

Studied international relations and political science at Masaryk University in Brno. Boháč wrote for Právo, A2larm, The Moscow Times, and other media. Last year, he founded the reportage channel Voxpot with Aneta Václavíková, which focuses on global journalism. As a reporter, he worked in many armed conflict zones, including Ukraine, Afghanistan, and the Middle East.
Does Russia Divide Us?: Voxpot | 28.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Ivo Bystřičan

Independent producer, filmmaker, and lecturer. His main field of interest consists of documentary films with social and historical themes. He collaborates with Czech Television as programming director for documentaries, and also leads film workshops and lectures using various platforms. In addition to creative films, he has made dozens of television documentaries, many of them shot outside Europe. Bystřičan is currently focusing on international coproduction opportunities for documentary film.
Does Russia Divide Us?: Voxpot | 28.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Francisco Cantú

Former US border patrol agent, essayist and author of the book The Line Becomes a River in which he reflects on his experience of patrolling the US-Mexican border. Recipient of the 2019 Los Angeles Times Book Prize and a finalist for the Orwell Prize for political writing. He lives in the US/Mexican borderlands where he coordinates the Field Studies in Writing Program at the University of Arizona.
Walls and Freedom | 28.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Matej Cíbik

Slovak philosopher. He works in the Center for Ethics at the University of Pardubice and at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague. He specializes in contemporary political and moral philosophy, especially liberalism, theories of justice, nationalism, and the role of gender in society. He studied in Prague, at the Central European University in Budapest, and at the London School of Economics. In 2017 AKAmedia (Bratislava) published his book Liberáli a tí druhí (Liberals and the Others).
The New Language of Post-Liberal Politic | 26.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Petr Cífka

Director, producer and author of the program The Wide World of Wankers (Branky, body, kokoti). He is the head of video content at Czech News Center. He was the author of the film My Freedom. He is also the author of blog 1000 things that piss me off and The Last Reason not to Kill myself, published in book and dramatized at the Palmovka Theater.
As Long As They’re Pigs: The Wide World of Wankers | 25.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Ondřej Císař

Sociologist and political scientist working at the Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University. He studied at Masaryk University in Brno. He is the editor-in-chief of Sociological Review and the author of numerous publications. He focuses on issues relating to social movements and political mobilization in post-communist countries and the methodology of social sciences.
After Velvet: How to Interpret Czech History Since 1989? | 26.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Clifford Coonan

Berlin-based writer and journalist who specializes in the relationship between Europe and Asia. He is currently a China analyst and editor with Deutsche Welle. As foreign correspondent he spent more than 15 years in Beijing reporting for The Irish Times, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety.
Dancing with China | 29.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Magdaléna Daňková

Czech journalist; studied journalism and cultural management at Masaryk University in Brno and studied abroad in Bordeaux. Daňková has been working at Economia Publishers for five years.
The Doomed Generation Z | 24.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Tereza Dočkalová

She studied acting at the Janáček Conservatory, then worked in the Aréna Chamber Theatre, both in Ostrava. Since 2014 she has been a member of the ensemble at the Theatre Under Palmovka. There she can be seen in roles such as Dora in the Žítkovský Goddesses or Ibsen’s Nora. She is the recipient of two Thalia awards. Since 2018 she has been the host of the satirical program The Wide World of Wanker, where she comments on sexist remarks and the persistence of gender stereotypes.
Wankers Unplugged | 25.10.2019 | 10:00 - 11:00
As Long As They’re Pigs: The Wide World of Wankers | 25.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Veronika Dombrovská

She studied social anthropology and currently studies environmental science. Member of the Limity jsme my (We Are The Limits) movement and frequently collaborates with foreign collectives struggling for climate justice. She practices a lifestyle of voluntary modesty; she lives in a community house without waste, rationally handle water and minimize electricity consumption.
Energetic Screenwriting | 27.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Predrag Duronjić

Duronjic lived in Derveni, in the northern region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, until he was 14 years old. After the outbreak of war he moved around the countries of former Yugoslavia, and in 1995 emigrated to the Czech Republic, where he still lives. He is a carpenter by profession. He loves nature and the gifts it offers, in particular products derived from hops. He is also a musician and adheres to the life creed “Ako želiš pobijediti not smiješ izgubiti”.
Fear Among Us | 28.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Petr Fischer

Czech journalist. His work earned him the Rudolf Medek Prize and the Ferdinand Peroutka Prize. He was the main commentator for Lidové noviny, worked for the Czech BBC, and headed the both the cultural sections of Hospodářské noviny and Czech TV for three years His television program Konfrontace Petra Fischera aired on Czech Television. Between 2016 and 2018 he served as editor-in-chief of Czech Radio Vltava.
The New Language of Post-Liberal Politics | 26.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
15 Years of Cultural Transformation | 28.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Alisa Ganieva

A novelist originally from Caucasian Dagestan, now living in Moscow. She writes about the realities of contemporary Russia. Her novels The Mountain and the Wall and Bride and Groom attracted wide media attention and have been translated into many languages. In addition to writing, Ganieva also participates in civic activism and is a member of the board of the Moscow PEN Centre.
Identity in Motion | 25.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Alfred Gerstl

A specialist on International Relations in Southeast and East Asia. He works at the Department of Asian Studies at Palacký University in Olomouc. He has taught International Relations with a focus on (South)East Asia at universities in Australia, Germany, and Russia. His research interests include IR theories, regional cooperation in East Asia, traditional and human security, the South China Sea dispute and the Belt and Road Initiative.
China for the World, the World for China | 29.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Adéla Gjuričová

Professor at the Institute for Contemporary History of the Czech Academy of Sciences. She studies the political and social history of late socialism, the 1989 revolution, and the post-communist transformation. She focuses on the history of Czechoslovak parliamentarianism and psychiatry under socialism. Currently she leads a Czech team as part of the European project JPICH “European History Reloaded”, which addresses historical narratives in contemporary audiovisual culture.
After Velvet: How to Interpret Czech History Since 1989? | 26.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Zoe Gudović

Artist, performance artist, political activist, and cultural producer. Since the 1990s Gudovic has been active in the field of socially engaged theater and artistic practice. She is an expert on feminist art in public space, drawing attention to violence against women. She founded the group Queer Beograd, is a member of Women at Work, and is the presenter of the radio program Ženergija.
Women’s Voices | 25.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Tomáš Halík

Professor at the Charles University Faculty of Arts, member of the Presidium of the Czech Christian Academy, and rector of the Church of the Most Holy Saviour. His primary focus is on interfaith dialogue. During the communist regime, he played an active role in religious and cultural dissent. After 1989, he was a guest professor at, among others, Oxford, Cambridge, and Harvard. In 2014 he was awarded the Templeton Prize for his life’s work.
How to Transform Fear | 28.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Dominik Hána

Student of Faculty of Law at Masaryk University, an active supporter of the Pirate Party, and the face of Vyjdi ven (Go Out) in Jihlava. Hána gained experience with politics from student simulations, negotiations with European institutions established by organizations including the European Youth Parliament.
The New Language of Post-Liberal Politics | 26.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Sini Harkki

Finnish activist. Leads Greenpeace campaigns in Finland with a focus on climate change and forests. She has 20 years of experience as an environmental activist and campaigner. She worked to protect some of Europe’s northernmost forests and has also focused on climate solutions. She seeks cultural and social change leading to long-term sustainability of life on the planet.
Don’t Stand By and Watch – Act | 27.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
An Unpleasant Young Voice: Video Footage of Speeches by Young Activists | 27.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Tomáš Holub

Holub studied theology and philosophy. He de- fended his doctoral dissertation on the topic of Christian ethics entitled “Ethical Aspects of the Fight Against Terrorism in Light of the Teachings of the ‘Just War’”. He was the first Czech military chaplain and from 1996 to 2006 the head chaplain of the Army of the Czech Republic. In 2016 he was named Bishop of the diocese of Pilsen. He enjoys sharing his office with the public, in particular through his Twitter account.
A Church for the Third Millennium | 24.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Haruna Honcoop

Czech-Japanese filmmaker. Hancoop studied Sinology at Charles University, where she focused on modern Chinese history and literature. She debuted with her experimental cross-media project Built To Last – Relics of Communist-Era Architecture, which took four years to develop and was filmed in 11 countries of the former Eastern Bloc. Her film True or False addresses Czech-Chinese relations. She is currently working on a documentary film entitled Olympic Half-Time in Beijing, Tokyo and Europe.
Dancing with China | 29.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Srećko Horvat

Born in 1983 in the former Yugoslavia, he is a philosopher and political activist. He has published more than 10 books, translated into 15 languages. His most recent books include Poetry from the Future, Radicality of Love, and What Does Europe Want? His articles have been published by leading media, such as The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, and others. He is co-founder of DiEM25.
New and Better Worlds | 26.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Marek Hovorka

Director of the Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival, founded in 1997. He studied documentary filmmaking at FAMU from 1998 to 2005. Hovorka is the co-founder of Doc Alliance, a network of European documentary film festivals, the film market East Silver, and DAFilms, an online distribution platform for documentary films.
Identity in Motion | 25.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
New and Better Worlds | 26.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
The Hope of the Forest | 27.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
Walls and Freedom | 28.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Sophie Howe

The first Future Generations Commissioner for Wales since February 2016. Her role is to act as a guardian of interests of future generations in Wales and to intervene in the cases in which short-term gains of the policies under implementation may prove detrimental to long-term sustainability and public well-being. Howe is the world’s first future generations’ representative with statutory powers.
The Future Has a Veto Right! | 26.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Ivo Hucl

A poet, curator, cultural activist, and founder of the Nameless Teahouse in Šťáhlavy, Czech Republic. Prior to 1989 he worked in blue-collar jobs and his texts were published as samizdat literature. To date, he has published five collections of poems and two books of essays. Immediately after the 2010 publication of his first book, Island Poems, he won the Bohumil Polan literary prize. His works reflect long-term interest in Eastern culture, as does the spiritual character of his work.
I’ll Have Chinese | 29.10.2019 | 10:00 - 11:00
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Marta Jalowska

Actress, performer, and feminist activist. Jalowska is co-founder of the feminist theater group Teraz Poliż and the Czarne Szmaty collective, which interprets Polish national symbols with a queer perspective. She manages the website Polish Queens and Queerness and has curated exhibitions about Polish female chocolate factory workers and a century of female suffrage.
Women’s Voices | 25.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Petra Jelínková

Translator, gender equality project coordinator, and activist. Jelínková is a member of the Limits Are Us movement where she focuses primarily on climate justice, the role of women in public space, gender-based violence, and LGBT issues. She experiments with linking politics, radical imagination, and ecofeminist art.
Women’s Voices | 25.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Jiří Jeřábek

As a member of Greenpeace, he is engaged in coal energy, climate change, and the involvement of the financial sector in environmental protection. In the past, he dealt with themes of transport, environmental economics, and renewable energy sources for environmental organizations in Poland, Germany, Belgium, and South Korea. He studied economics and environmentalism.
Energetic Screenwriting | 27.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Naďa Johanisová

Johanisová studied biology at Charles University, but soon changed her focus to the economic context of the environmental crisis, the criticism of mainstream economics, the theory of degrowth, and economic alternatives in theory and practice. She is the author of the books Economist Dissidents and Ecological Economics. She works in in Brno at the Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University. She worked long-term with the magazine Sedmá generace (Seventh Generation).
Will Technology Destroy Us or Save Us? | 27.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Miriam Kanioková

Studied sociology at Masaryk University in Brno and the Central European University. She is a PhD candidate in social work from the University of Ostrava. Kanioková is an expert on policymaking and participation at the Bratislava City Hall. She worked on a concept for social housing in a town in the Czech Highlands undergoing repopulation and a proposal for services for homeless people near the Brno railway station. She conducted an analysis of environmental and social determinants of health among the Roma in the Slovak Republic.
Breaking Free from 1989 | 26.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Dariusz Karlowicz

Polish philosopher, publisher, columnist. Editor-in-chief of the philosophical magazine Teologia Polityczna which analyzes the relationships between philosophy, religion, and politics. President of St. Nicolas Foundation Lecturer of political philosophy in Warsaw University and also popularizes philosophy through the television.
The New Language of Post-Liberal Politics | 26.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Anna Kárníková

Director of DUHA – Friends of the Earth, where she is responsible for the management and strategic development of the organization. She represents DUHA when meeting with donors and partner organizations. She came to the non-profit sector came after working for the Office of the Government and the German Friedrich-Ebert- Stiftung Foundation. She earned her degree in European studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University and in Environmental Policy at the London School of Economics. She keeps bees with her husband in Prague’s Stromovka Park.
What to Really Do | 27.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Kapka Kassabová

Poet and writer of narrative non-fiction. Her books explore human geographies. Her latest, Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe, won the British Academy’s Al-Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding and numerous other prizes. Her next book is To the Lake: a Balkan Journey of War and Peace. She grew up in Bulgaria, was educated in New Zealand, and now lives in the Highlands of Scotland.
Bringing Together the Divided | 26.10.2019 | 10:00 - 11:00
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Jana Smiggels Kavková

She has been active in women’s rights since 2005, and from 2009 to 2017 she worked as the director of Forum 50%, an organization promoting greater representation of women in politics. She chaired a network of 35 women’s organizations, the Czech Women’s Lobby, which is also represented in the European Women’s Lobby. She is a member of the Czech Chamber of Gender Experts. Since September 2018 she has worked as an advocacy expert at the RUBIKON Center, which helps enforce systemic changes in the prison system.
Emancipation, Differently Each Time | 25.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Zuzana Kleknerová

Kleknerová studied political science and history in Hamburg and Prague. Before joining the Czech media, she worked for several publications in Germany. Until August 2016 she led the foreign section at Aktuálně.cz, where she also held the position of deputy editor-in-chief. She is the Head of Content at Economia, which publishes Hospodářské noviny and Respekt and operates the websites Aktuálně.cz and iHNed.cz.
Female Journalists | 25.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Martin Kohout

He studied sociology at Charles University and documentary filmmaking at FAMU. In his three feature films, he examined the post-socialist transformation of Czech society. The films deal with the privatization processes and the participation of citizens in the functioning of the previous regime. At present, along with documentary filmmaker Jan Rendl, Jan Strejcovský, and Jakub Wagner, he is working to get independent documentary films and other artistic projects off the ground.
15 Years of Cultural Transformation | 28.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Fawzia Koofi

An Afghan parliamentary lawmaker, accomplished author, and outspoken advocate for the rights of women and children and democracy. She heads the parliament’s Women Affairs Commission. Koofi started her political career in 2001 when she began to promote a “Back To School” campaign targeted at the rights of women in Afghanistan to an edu- cation. By 2002 she took employment as a Child Protection Officer with UNICEF, and in 2005 she was elected as a parliamentary representative.
Emancipation, Differently Each Time | 25.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Karolína Koubová

Karolína Koubová studied theatre management at JAMU, Brno. She curated the conception of the DIOD theatre which opened in 2011. Besides further developing the DIOD theatre, she became the leader of the local political organisation Fórum Jihlava. In 2014, she became the city councillor and since 2018 she has served as a city mayor. She is part of the theatre ensemble De Facto Mimo and also the trainer of aerial silks.
Central Europe and the Four-Letter Word “Feminism” | 25.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Zuzana Kříčková

At the age of fifteen, she began to experiment with drugs as an escape from her family conflicts. For twenty years, she went back and forth from the streets, a treatment facility, and her family. She transformed her drug addiction into workaholism. She is now primarily a social worker at a community centre for women and trans people. In addition to working at Sananim, which helps people trapped in drug addiction, she works on the Living Library project and is a member of the action group ASLIDO, which addresses the plight of the homeless.
Central Europe and the Four-Letter Word “Feminism” | 25.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Jonathan Ledgard

Novelist and expert in the fields of technology, nature and development economics. For twenty years he worked as a foreign correspondent for The Economist, ten years of which was spent in Africa. As a director at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne, he created the concept of cargo drones and droneports in Africa. His latest novel Submergence was named Book of the Year by the New York Times. He is now a visiting professor at the Czech Technical University, where he explores the relationship between artificial intelligence and nature.
How to Deal with the Politics of Fear | 28.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Ondřej Liška

Studied political science and religious studies at Masaryk University in Brno. From 2007 to 2009 Liška was Minister of Education of the Czech Republic; between 2009 and 2014 he was chairman of the Green Party; currently he works in international philanthropy. He was the initiator of civic activities and worked with Czech and international NGOs in the fields of human rights, the environment, education and social inclusion.
Don’t Stand By and Watch – Act | 27.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Tereza Lízalová

Student in her final year of high school. Lízalová is interested in the issue of climate change and the environment in Jihlava and its surroundings. Her aim is to raise public interest in the matter and encourage policy action. Together with Jasmina Neuwirthová and Monika Freithová, she founded the Jihlava chapter of the Fridays For Future Movement. In Jihlava she organized a student strike and organized an environmental workshop for the public and governmental representatives.
Don’t Stand By and Watch – Act | 27.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Wei-lun Lu

Research assistant at the Center for Language Education and the Masaryk University Faculty of Arts in Brno. Lu received a doctorate in linguistics at the National University of Taiwan. He was a scholar at Rice University and a visiting researcher at the University of Leiden. He applies a discursive-analytical approach to the study of culture and language. He specializes in translations and cognitive linguistics.
China for the World, the World for China | 29.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Bill McKibben

An American author and environmentalist. His book The End of Nature (1989), regarded as the first educational book for a general audience about climate change, has appeared in 24 languages. He is a founder of 350.org, the first planet-wide, grass- roots climate change movement, which has organized more than 20,000 rallies around the world. He lives in the mountains above Lake Champlain with his wife, the writer Sue Halpern.
What to Really Do | 27.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Pavla Melková

Architect and expert in the field of conservation, planning, and urbanism. Melková lectures at the Czech Technical University and the University of Applied Arts, both in Prague, and is the author of several books, such as Bastion XXXI at Calvary, Experience Architecture and the Manual of Public Area Creation in Prague. In 2012 she established the Office of the Public Space at the Prague Institute of Planning and Development.
15 Years of Cultural Transformation | 28.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Stanislav Mišák

Director of the ENET research centre at the Technical University of Ostrava. This university institute develops new methods and equipment to ensure energy self-sufficiency and raw material independence of the region or even the entire country. All this with effective utilization of waste management, the maximum share of local renewable energy sources, and encouraging accumulation of resources in managing the flow of energy in accordance with the energy concept of the state or the EU.
Energetic Screenwriting | 27.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Mia Nguyen

Nguyen was born in the Czech Republic, but when she was six years old, her father fell ill with cancer, and so the whole family returned to Vietnam. The father eventually succumbed to the disease, and she grew up with her younger brother and mother in Hanoi. She returned to the Czech Republic as a teenager, where she had to relearn Czech and how to fit in with her Czech peers.
The Doomed Generation Z | 24.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Aleš Palán

Journalist and writer. For his guide to the Bronx of Brno entitled Brnox, he received the Magnesia Litera Award along with Catherine Gray; he was nominated for the same award for his interviews with the Florian brothers Být dlužen za duši (Being Indebted for the Soul) and his novel Ratajský les (Rataj Forest). He received the Czech Literary Fund Award for his book of interviews with the Reynek brothers, Kdo chodí tmami (Who Walks in the Dark). His latest book, Jako v nebi, jenže jinak (Like Heaven, But Differently), features interviews with loners from Bohemia and Moravia.
A Wilderness of Solitude | 27.10.2019 | 10:00 - 11:00
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Šárka Pálková

Pálková studied journalism and media studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University in Prague. She has worked for the Týden.cz, Lidovky.cz, Czech Television, and iDNES news portals. Since the summer of 2018 she has been the head of domestic news at the online news portal Aktuálně.cz.
Female Journalists | 25.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Jakub Patočka

Patočka studied sociology at the Faculty of Arts at Masaryk University. In 1989 he was one of the founders of the DUHA – Friends of the Earth and for ten years was its chairman. In 1991 he founded and until 1999 headed the magazine Sedmá Generace (Seventh Generation). In 1999 he became editor-in-chief of Literární noviny, which he led for ten years. Since 2009, Patočka has been the editor-in-chief of the online newspaper Deník Referendum. He is the co-author of Žlutý baron (The Golden Baron), about Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš.
Female Journalists | 25.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Josef Pazderka

Czech journalist and reporter. He studied History at Charles University and International Development at Oxford Brookes University. He has worked at People in Need, and since 2005 has been with Czech Television. From 2006-10 Pazderka was a Czech Television correspondent in Russia, and between 2012 and 2016 he reported on Poland, the Baltics and Eastern Europe from Warsaw. From November 2016 he served as deputy editor-in-chief of Aktuálně.cz and became its editor-in-chief in April 2018.
A Church for the Third Millennium | 24.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
How to Transform Fear | 28.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Jiří Pehe

Political scientist, novelist, and commentator. He is a regular commentator on politics in the Czech Republic and abroad. From 1988 to 1994 he worked as the head of the analytical department for Central Europe at the Research Institute of Radio Free Europe in Munich. Between 1997 and 1999 he was the director of the political department of the Office of President Vaclav Havel. Since 1999, he has been the director of New York University in Prague.
After Velvet: How to Interpret Czech History Since 1989? | 26.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Petra Procházková

Czech humanitarian worker and journalist. She became known primarily for her reporting from armed conflicts that arose after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the Caucasus region, including Chechnya, Abkhazia, and Nagorno-Karabakh. She worked for many years for Lidové noviny; currently she writes for the online news server Denik N. She has received numerous prestigious journalism awards for her work.
Female Journalists | 25.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Vojtěch Prokeš

Sociologist and co-founder of Behavio Labs. He studied sociology at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, focusing on the field of corruption and social trust. Founded in 2015, Behavio Labs deals with the application of behavioral sciences in marketing research and other areas.
The Doomed Generation Z | 24.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Daniel Prokop

Sociologist focusing in particular on social inequality, poverty, and the transformations in public opinion. He is an expert in quantitative methods and introduced a number of innovations to Czech election surveys. He works at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University. For a series of analytical articles about Czech society entitled An Introduction to Practical Sociology published in Salon Právo, he received the 2016 Journalists’ Award.
Will Technology Destroy Us or Save Us? | 27.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Marek Pros

Head of the lifestyle section at Aktuálně.cz; studied journalism and international relations at Masaryk University in Brno and spent several months at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. Pros has been working at Economia Publishers for eight years.
The Doomed Generation Z | 24.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Ivana Průchová

She studied comparative history at the Central European University. She is the author of the Farce After Velvet, study of Czech post-1989 satire. She also dealt with the symbolic dimension of the opening of the first McDonald’s restaurant in Hungary in 1988. She participated in the creation of the Queuing for Change, documentary on social memory of the event.
A Bizarre Political Menu: Jindřich
 Šídlo’s Happy Monday | 26.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Fatima Rahimi

Journalist at Deník Referendum, presenter of the show Hergot! (Damn It!) on Czech Radio’s Radio Wave, and a student at Charles University. She is originally from the city of Herat in Afghanistan, and has lived in the Czech Republic since 2000. In her journalistic work she focuses on social issues relating to housing, education, migration, and women’s rights. She works to inform readers about the situation in countries like Afghanistan using her knowledge of the language and the local environment.
Emancipation, Differently Each Time | 25.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Ondrej Remiáš

He graduated from Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra. Since 2009 he has overseen the marketing of the Pôtoň theater in Bátovce in the Levice district. In 2004–2013 he was Secretary of the Council for Unprofessional Theater in Slovakia and co-organized theater festival in Slovakia. Since August 1, 2015 he has been the director of the Horácké Theater in Jihlava.
How to Deal with the Politics of Fear | 28.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Filip Remunda

Czech director, cameraman, and producer. He studied documentary filmmaking at FAMU and co-founded the Institute of Documentary Film, which helps to promote Czech film abroad. He gained wider public awareness along with Vít Klusák with their controversial film reality show about a fictitious hypermarket entitled Czech Dream. He received the Pavel Koutecký Award for his film The Tadpole, the Rabbit, and the Holy Ghost.
Identity in Motion | 25.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
New and Better Worlds | 26.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
The Hope of the Forest | 27.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
Walls and Freedom | 28.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Ivona Novoměstská Remundová

She studied political science at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. She has been actively involved in the non-profit sector for a long time (Amnesty International CR, the Czech Republic against Poverty campaign, the No Bases Initiative). Since April 2017, she works at the Institute of Documentary Film as one of the coordinators of the KineDok project and collaborates on documentary screenplays.
An Unpleasant Young Voice: Video Footage of Speeches by Young Activists | 27.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Tomáš Rezek

Analyst at the Research Center of the Association for International Affairs specializing in cyber security. He studied international commerce and commercial communications at the University of Economics in Prague. As part of his research he examined the cyber potential of world powers and security incidents affecting international relations. He now works as the manager of a department providing secure data services to more than ten banks abroad.
Dancing with China | 29.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Alice Rezková

A graduate in International European Studies and Diplomacy at the University of Economics in Prague, majoring in European Economic Integration. She completed a scholarship program at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology focusing on international trade and political economic strategies of Southeast Asian countries. She also did an internship at the China Africa Business Council in Beijing. She was led the Association for International Affairs think tank from 2007 to 2010. Currently, she focuses on international trade themes, economic diplomacy, innovation, and the sharing economy.
China for the World, the World for China | 29.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Stein Ringen

Stein Ringen is a Norewegian political scientist and an authority on states, governance and democracy. He has published on topics ranging from the Scandinavian welfare state via constitutional matters in Britain and the US to dictatorship in China, and on inequality, poverty, income distribution, public policy and comparative government. His journalism has appeared in the Financial Times, The Washington Post, The South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), ChinaFile (New York). El Pais (Madrid), and elsewhere.
China for the World, the World for China | 29.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Jan Romportl

Studied cybernetics and artificial intelligence at the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen and the philosophy of science at the Faculty of Philosophy of the same university, where he later worked as a researcher and educator. Since 2015, he has been building an analytical team intensively focused on the use and development of advanced machine learning in the field of telecommunication data. He also focuses on researching the safety of AI.
Will Technology Destroy Us or Save Us? | 27.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Eamon Ryan

Ryan has held the post of chairman of the Irish Green Party since 2011. He first won elective office in 2002 and has since defended his mandate several times. Between 2007 and 2011 he was minister of communications and energy. During his tenure, Ireland doubled its wind power capacity. The share of renewable energy at the end of his tenure was 17% of total consumption.
Don’t Stand By and Watch – Act | 27.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Hana Řičicová

Currently studying media. At Radio Wave, she works as a project manager and host of the morning program as well as the host of the program Volej [Call]. She is currently working on the projects Svatebky [Wedding Invitations] and Po sametu [After the Velvet].
After Velvet: How to Interpret Czech History Since 1989? | 26.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Bence Ságvári

Bence Ságvári is a Hungarian sociologist and data scientist. Senior research fellow at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Social Sciences. From 2011, he is the Hungarian national coordinator for the European Social Survey, one of the largest cross-national comparative social surveys in the world. His work includes research on social values and attitudes; survey methodology; social network analysis; and Big Data.
How to Deal with the Politics of Fear | 28.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Isabella Salton

Born in São Paulo – Brazil, Isabella Salton has been the executive director of Instituto Terra for the past 3 years. She holds over twenty-five years of experience within large Brazilian companies, in the areas of marketing, strategy, and structuring new projects and is currently bringing a vision to Instituto Terra, of how an environmental NGO can manage its economic feasibility challenges to restore vast and extremely devastated areas of the Atlantic Forest.
The Hope of the Forest | 27.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Martin Sedlák

Program Director of the Association of the Modern Energy Industry, an umbrella platform of associations in the fields of renewable energy, energy storage, smart grids, energy services, and cogeneration. He co-founded the Alliance for Energy Self-Sufficiency, an independent association addressing the development of the Czech and European energy industry. He is also a member of a project team focusing on the role of the energy industry in a circular economy.
Energetic Screenwriting | 27.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Kateřina Smejkalová

Smejkalová received her degree in Germanic studies and political science from the University of Bochum, Germany. Since 2014 she has worked as a researcher for the Czech representation at the German Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Smejkalová focuses on topics related to work, the sociology of technological development, gender issues, and also comments on social and political events in Germany. In addition to journalism, she also acts as an external consultant for the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs on topics relating to the digitalization of work.
Central Europe and the Four-Letter Word “Feminism” | 25.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
The Future Has a Veto Right! | 26.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Jan Sokol

Philosopher and signatory of Charter 77. He studies phenomenology, history of religion, philosophical anthropology, and ethics. He collaborated on an ecumenical translation of the Bible, translated a number of philosophical books, and publishes in professional journals. Since 1991 he has taught philosophy at Charles University; from 2000 to 2007 he was the first dean of the university’s Faculty of Humanities.
The Future Has a Veto Right! | 26.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Draško Stojčević

Draško Stojčević was born in 1975 in Banja Luka. After co-founding the Genesis creative team, he underwent a training for the design and production of the one-minute movies for young people. He produced a great number of these across Bosnia and Herzegovina in which he enlivened in a number of performances and TV serials. Pečurko, [the Mushroom Man] in The Game of Forest Dwarfs and the deminer in the The Strange Trial account for some of his roles.
Fear Among Us | 28.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Vítek Svoboda

Editor, moderator and editor of Radio Wave social networking. He is one of the authors of a series of reports and interviews called Po Sametu [After the Velvet] which will be broadcast on Radio Wave and published on their website in fall 2019. The series maps post-communist Czech history through the eyes of today’s young generation. He likes leeks, reading, Lana Del Rey, and listening to the conversations of others in public transport.
After Velvet: How to Interpret Czech History Since 1989? | 26.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Ivana Svobodová

Editor of the weekly Respekt. In her reporting, she focuses on events in small towns and villages of the Czech Republic. She also deals with issues of disinformation and hate on the internet. Svobodová researched Czech attacker Jaromír Balda, who in June and July 2017 felled trees onto train tracks and falsely claimed that it was the work of Islamic terrorists. Prior to Respekt, she worked at Týden magazine and at the daily Mladá Fronta DNES.
How to Deal with the Politics of Fear | 28.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Adam Svozil

He studied directing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. He is the recipient of the Mark Ravenhill Award for his production of The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas. In addition to work on the radio, he has worked with many theatres, among others, are Studio hrdinů, Meet Factory, Aréna Chamber Theatre and the Theatre on the Balustrade. His production of Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, based on short stories by David Foster Wallace, is currently playing in the latter.
15 Years of Cultural Transformation | 28.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Kateřina Šafaříková

Czech journalist. Šafaříková has long worked as an editor at Respekt and spent five years as a reporter for Lidové noviny in Brussels. Her long-term focus is on Czech foreign policy, the European Union, and topics with a social dimension. She was voted one of the ten best reporters in Brussels from 2004 to 2009 by the Foreign Press Association. In 2017 she received the Karel Havlíček Borovský Award for Journalism.
Female Journalists | 25.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Kirill Ščeblykin

Student of law and East European Studies at Charles University. He spent part of his studies in Heidelberg through the Erasmus program. He works at Deník N as foreign news editor. Previously, he worked as an editor of The Student Times. He and his colleague Filip Zajíček received an award from the Open Society Fund for the best interview of 2016 in the category of written journalism for their interview with Minister of Finance (now Prime Minister) Andrej Babiš.
Breaking Free from 1989 | 26.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Jindřich Šídlo

Journalist and political analyst; studied journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University. Šídlo has been active in the media since 1992. He worked at Český deník, Respekt, MF DNES, Hospodářské noviny, and Czech Television. Since September 2016 he has been working at Seznam Zprávy and TV Seznam, where he presents his satirical program Happy Monday. In 2018, he won two Křišťálová Lupa awards for the program.
A Bizarre Political Menu: Jindřich
 Šídlo’s Happy Monday | 26.10.2019 | 22:15 - 23:00
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Bára Šichanová

Editor and presenter at Radio Wave. She hosts a streamed broadcast as well as a show about intimacy and relationships called Kvér (Rifle). In addition, she acts a moderator at debates, conferences, and film premieres. She has long worked with the One World festival, the Elpida and Nesehnutí organizations, Paseka Publishers, and the Prague Pride festival. She plays tennis competitively and is an enthusiastic fan, she runs, supports the USK Praha basketball team, reads, and listens to music and podcasts.
Breaking Free from 1989 | 26.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Kateřina Šimáčková

Kateřina Šimáčková worked as an attorney for fifteen years. Subsequently, she was appointed judge at the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic. Since 2013, she serves as a judge at the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic. Besides that, she teaches constitutional law at the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University. She often participates in public debate by giving interviews and public lectures. Her current focus is the relationship between law and gender.
Central Europe and the Four-Letter Word “Feminism” | 25.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Martin M. Šimečka

After Velvet Revolution, a samizdat writer Martin M. Šimečka founded and headed the Archa publishing house in Slovakia (1990-1996). He worked as the editor-in-chief of the weekly Domino fórum (1997-1999) and the daily SME (1999-2006). He subsequently headed the Czech weekly Respekt (2006-2008) and in 2016 he worked there as an editor. He is the editor and head of the editorial board of the Slovak daily Denník N.
Breaking Free from 1989 | 26.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Paulína Tabery

Sociologist focusing on the process of formation and change in public opinion, interpersonal and media communication and public opinion, and political communication. Tabery works at the Institute of Sociology at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and the Center for Public Opinion Research.
How to Deal with the Politics of Fear | 28.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Jonathan Terra

Political scientist, security analyst, strategic communication specialist, documentary film producer, media commentator, former diplomat. He has spent the past 30 years dealing with international and domestic political change after the collapse of communism. The rise of “illiberal politics” has led him to focus on information warfare as an element of contemporary politics. Recent projects include working as an analyst for NATO and the European Commission, focusing on counterterrorism and human rights, respectively.
The Future Has a Veto Right! | 26.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Sonam Tsering

As a little boy, he was recognized by the Dalai Lama as a reincarnation of a prominent Tibetan teacher. He started the path of Buddhist education in the tradition monastery in Dehradun. He left the monastery when he was nineteen to put his knowledge of Buddhism into practice in everyday life. He has lived in the Czech Republic since 2002. In February 2019 he founded a pop-up project called Café Tibet, which offers Tibetan food and is also the venue for lectures on Tibetan culture.
A Trip to the City | 28.10.2019 | 10:00 - 11:00
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Richard Turcsányi

Deputy Director of the Bratislava Institute of Asian Studies and Director of the Strategic Policy Institute. At Masaryk University he received his doctorate in international relations. In the past, he took part in long-term research stays at the Universities of Toronto and Beijing and at the National Chengchi University in Taipei. Turcsányi focuses on Central Europe’s relations with East Asia and Chinese foreign policy.
Dancing with China | 29.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Saša Uhlová

Saša Uhlová graduated from Romani studies and afterwards conducted field research in the areas characterised by social exclusion. She was a teacher at the Romani Social School in Kolín for four years. Since then, she has been working as a journalist. In 2017, she investigated the labour conditions of unskilled workers in low-income professions in Czech Republic. As an outcome, she wrote a series of reports in A2larm and was the main protagonist of Apolena Rychlíková’s documentary The Limits of Work.
Emancipation, Differently Each Time | 25.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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Magda Vašáryová

Slovak diplomat, former member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, and former actress. Czechoslovak Ambassador to Austria and Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Poland (2000–2005). Founder and Head of the Board of the NGO Via Cultura, founder of the Institute for cultural policies and chairwoman of the oldest Slovak women’s association Živena.
Central Europe and the Four-Letter Word “Feminism” | 25.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Ljubica Vašić

Born in 1975 in Banja Luka. He became a member of Genesis project in 1996 and since then he has worked on the implementation of a large number of TV serials. Children and young people easily recognize him since he embodied characters such as Professor Mudrić [Professor Brainy] from Whose Are the Angels or Borko [The Pine Man] from The Game of Forest Dwarfs.
Fear Among Us | 28.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Martin Veselovský

He started his career in media in 1992 at Voice of America and later worked for Evropa 2 radio. He later hosted the SOS show on TV Prima and Áčko and Sedmička programs on TV Nova. He worked for Czech public radio from 2000 to 2014. He also hosted Události, komentáře, the flagship program of the public channel ČT24, from 2008 to 2014. After leaving ČT24, he and Daniela Drtinová started the internet TV project DVTV.
A Church for the Third Millennium | 24.10.2019 | 16:30 - 18:00
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Petr Vizina

Czech journalist and musician and a graduate from Charles University, Catholic Theological Faculty. He currently heads the culture news department of Czech TV. In the past he wrote articles for Lidové noviny, Hospodářské noviny, Respekt and Reflex. He also played drums in the bands Otcovy děti, Traband a Šarközi.
Female Journalists | 25.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Zbyněk Vlasák

Vlasák studied journalism and media studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University, where he teaches today. Since 2009 he has been the editor-in-chief of Salon, the literary and cultural supplement to the daily Právo. He edited the anthologies Milionový časy, Povídky Pro Adru and Divočina. He has long worked with the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and is a member of the Association of Czech Film Critics.
Will Technology Destroy Us or Save Us? | 27.10.2019 | 20:30 - 22:00
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Zuzana Vlasatá

Czech journalist, reporter for the online news server Deník Referendum. She also collaborates with the socio-ecological magazine Seventh Generation. She co-authored a biography of Czech prime minister Andrej Babiš entitled Žlutý baron (Yellow Baron), in which she exmines his business empire and business interests. She earned her degrees in media studies and environmental studies at the Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University in Brno.
Energetic Screenwriting | 27.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Tomáš Vocelka

Journalist and photographer, winner of the Czech Press Photo 2018 in the category Prague’s Changes. Vocelka has worked at Aktuálně.cz as editor and photographer in the Magazine section since September 2016. He began working in media shortly after 1989 at the North Moravian news weekly Region. Between 2000 and 2016 he worked at MF DNES in the position of lead editor, deputy editor-in-chief, and head of the Weekend supplement. As a photographer, he is the recipient of numerous international awards.
The Doomed Generation Z | 24.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Vít Vojta

Vojta studied Sinology, ethnology, and law. He is a lecturer and consultant in intercultural management, marketing, and communication with Chinese partners and Chinese inbound tourism. As an expert on the Chinese language and environment, he interprets at high-level government meetings and visits. In 2019 he founded the Sinoskop Institute with the goal of presenting a balanced contribution to the debate on China.
Dancing with China | 29.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Christian Weißgerber

Weißgerber was a leading figure of the German militant Neo-Nazi scene until 2010, when he droped out and deradicalized. Since 2012, he has been working in the line of prevention and elucidation of racist and nationalistic politics at schools, universities and conferences. He studied Philosophy and Cultural Studies in Jena, Berlin and Paris and is the author of the book Mein Vaterland! Warum ich ein Neonazi war (My Fatherland! Why I Was a Neonazi).
How to Deal with the Politics of Fear | 28.10.2019 | 14:30 - 16:00
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Filip Zajíček

Zajíček shared the position of editor-in-chief of the student site The Student Times with Kirill Ščeblykin. Together they received an award from the Open Society Fund for the best interview of 2016 in the category of written journalism for their interview with Minister of Finance (now Prime Minister) Andrej Babiš. Until recently, he was editor of new projects in the Internet TV DVTV. He now works as the editor of the Deník N Friday supplement.
Breaking Free from 1989 | 26.10.2019 | 18:30 - 20:00
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Juraj Zamkovský

He has been active within the environmental movement since the late 1980s. He participated in the work of the headquarters of Public Against Violence. In 1993 he founded the civic association Friends of the Earth – Center to Support Activism (CEPA) and has since led programs that support civic activities, help communities threatened by commercial interests, and popularize the theme of sustainable development. Today he runs a program striving for energy self-sufficiency in the Poľana region.
What to Really Do | 27.10.2019 | 12:00 - 14:00
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