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Cabinet Havel 2014/2015

Added: November 20, 2014

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A loose continuation of the Cabinet Havel debate series.

The first debate subject is WITHOUT BORDERS. Guests: František Janouch, founder of the Charter 77 Foundation, and Jan Trachta, a paediatric “doctor without borders”.

Renata Kalenská will ask the questions while Petr Oslzlý will philosophise. Tereza Marečková will sing “Prayer for Marta” at the end.

Post-revolution euphoria has dissipated. Our ideals have shrunk to “doing well”. But what does that mean? We want to be happy. But is it really important? A new eight-part series of debates on the state of our society, morality in the Czech Republic 2014/2015, responsibility, ideals and the era’s ethical code organised by the Divadlo Husa na Provázku theatre and the Václav Havel Library.


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