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Festival casts light on what Czech students think of democracy

One of the events accompanying this year’s Forum 2000 conference was the Festival of Democracy, which featured discussions on what freedom and democracy mean for young people in the Czech Republic today. Given the mixed bag of opinions surrounding the current direction of the democratic system in the Czech Republic, I went to the discussion in order to find out more about how democracy is explained to teenagers and what they think of it.

 
 
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Czechs to double intake of Ukrainian…

Faced by an acute labour shortage, the Czech Republic is set to take in up to 40,000 workers from Ukraine every year…

 
 
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An underground tour of Pilsner Urquell,…

There is only one place in the entire world where you can drink Pilsner Urquell – the very first pale lager known to…

 
 
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Modern day Czech knights train for…

Many of those who live in the Czech Republic may tell you that they have met or at least seen someone who is involved…

 
 
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Czechs gear up for 100th birthday bash

The Czech Republic is gearing up for celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia. In…

 
 
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Minister at UN: Chicago connections…

The Czech deputy prime minister, Jan Hamáček, referenced key moments in the country’s modern history in an address to…

 
 
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Czechs living in US call for…

The Czech parliament is set to debate a proposal that would make it easier for Czechs voting in elections abroad to…

 
 
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Visiting Warhorse Studios - The Czech…

February 2018 saw the launch of the Czech medieval role-playing game, Kingdom Come: Delivarance. It was the culmination…

 
 
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Ministry of Justice announces release…

The Ministry of Justice announced on Friday that it has started using the long awaited ankle bracelet system which will…

 
 
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Czechs place second among new EU member…

The Czech Republic ranked 26th on the newly published Social Progress Index, compiled by the global non-profit Social…

 
 
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Police launch investigation after…

Police in Ostrava have launched an investigation after one person died and several more were poisoned after taking a…

 
 
 
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