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4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Join us for the second event of the recently launched GEF flagship initiative–Peace & Security Debate Series. In this second event of the series, we’ll look at the green movement’s vision for peace & security.


With a focus on the Eastern flank of Europe, the 2022-2023 debates series seeks to enrich green and political ecology discourse. The series aim to provide spaces to hear the voices of green actors, peace and security experts, as well as partners from different regions. The goal of the Peace & Security Debate Series project, which we are developing in cooperation with the Czech organisation Institute for Active Citizenship, is to analyse the different approached to the crisis caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as other topics related to peace and security at a European level.


The discussion during this roundtable will explore how the Czech green movement has approached issues such as security, foreign policy and pacifism and what positions it should advocate for in the future. This event will also touch upon the European Green Charter as a document that frames the basic principles of green politics and will consider improvements in security and pacifism in light of current circumstances.


  • Janek Rovenský, Greenpeace CZ
  • AKárníková, Friends of Earth CZ
  • Hana Svačinková – Nesehnutí
  • Irena Hůlová, Amnesty CZ
  • Petr Kutílek – Green Party CZ
  • Josef Patočka – re-set.cz
  • Míla O’Sullivan, Centre for Global Political Economy, Charles University

Moderation by Adéla Jurečková, Head of Office, Heinrich Boell Stiftung Prague


Date and Time: December 12 from 16:00-17:30 CEST

Location: Heinrich Boell Stiftung Prague Office, Jugoslávská 567/16,120 00 Prague 2, Czech Republic

Registration:  This is a closed event


This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Institute for Active Citizenship and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The Euroapean Parliament is not responsible for the content of this event.

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