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7.–8. října 2019
We organized Bertha von Suttner: 130 Years of Ideas that Don’t Get Old, an international conference held in Prague, and launched a modern Czech translation of Suttner’s book Lay Down Your Arms. bertha.praguevision.org
We helped to organize the Count the Nuclear Weapons Money event in New York City, supporting the global Move the Nuclear Weapons Money campaign.
We participated in a roundtable discussion “The Future of Disarmament” organized by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Parliament.
We participated in Move the Nuclear Weapons Money: Divestment and other actions by cities, universities and parliaments to reverse the nuclear arms race and protect the climate in Basel, Switzerland.
We participated in PyeongChang Global Peace Forum in Seoul, South Korea.
We participated in Basel Peace Forum 2019: Rethinking Peace – Innovating the Future in Basel, Switzerland.
We attended panel discussion Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty: Possible Measures to Strengthen the Treaty’s Normative Standing; and a meeting of NGO Committee on Peace in Vienna, Austria.
We organized a screening of The Man Who Saved the World in Prague, followed by discussion with disarmament experts.
We participated in Reaching high for a nuclear-weapon-free world, an international youth conference held at the Charles University in Prague.
We participated in the 6th Prague Agenda Conference and organized a side event excursion to the Atom Museum located in a former Soviet nuclear depo Javor 51 near Prague.
We attended Building a nuclear-weapon-free world, an international conference held in Astana, Kazakhstan, on the 25th anniversary of the closing the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site.
May and August 2016
We participated in various meetings of the Open-ended working group on nuclear disarmament in Geneva.
We participated in the Fourth EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Conference in Brussels, Belgium.
26 November 2015
We gave presentation about nuclear disarmament movement at Public Lecture: 70 Years Since the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki held at the Moravian Library in Brno.
15–17 October 2015
PragueVision served as the logistical host for the PNND Assembly 2015 in Prague. The Assembly was hosted by Alena Gajduskova, PNND Council Member, and Senator Ivo Barek, Vice-President of the Czech Senate. The event was organized in conjunction with the 5th Prague Agenda Conference. As a side event, we organized a Czech premiere screening of the movie The Man Who Saved the World.
We participated in International Youth Summit for Nuclear Abolition in Hiroshima, Japan, and visited the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.
We participated in the 2015 NPT Review Conference in New York and co-organized a rountable side event The Role of Umbrella States in Nuclear Disarmament.
We presented at a panel discussion on nuclear disarmament held by the Youth section of the Czech Social Democratic Party.
We presented at A Century of Weaponry of Mass Destruction: Enough!, a conference organized by Mayors for Peace in Ypres, Belgium, on the centenary commemoration of first use of chemical weapons.
We participated in the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons.
For UNFOLD ZERO platform, we developed a multi-media campaign for the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons, including a promo video where we asked strangers in Prague “How many nuclear weapons do you think are in the world?” and “How many should there be?”
We co-founded UNFOLD ZERO, an international platform to promote progress in nuclear disarmament through UN bodies and mechanisms.
PragueVision – Institute for Sustainable Security was registered as a non-profit organisation in the Czech Republic.