Prague Security Studies Institute

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The Prague Security Studies Institute (PSSI), based in Prague, Czech Republic, is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in early 2002 to advance the building of a just, secure, democratic, free-market society in the Czech Republic and other post-communist states.

Partnering with large multinational corporations

PSSI's Corporate Council Program, according to their website, "was established in the fall of 2003 in recognition of the educational benefits of integrating the management and decision-making skills of leading business executives from across the globe into the life and future growth of PSSI." [1]

Their strategy "involves constructing mutually reinforcing relationships between large multinational corporations and PSSI. Interested companies would, for example, send executives to conduct informal seminars with our security scholars, assist in supporting the Institute financially and, where appropriate, mentor one or more of our students on certain business and public policy 'case studies.'" [1]

Personnel

Staff: [2]

International Advisory Board: [3]

Executive Committee: [4]

Board of Directors: [5]

Supporting foundations and institutions

[6]

Current and past supporting corporations

[7]

Contact details

Pohorelec 6
118 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic
Phone/Fax: +420 233 355 735
Web: http://www.pssi.cz

PSSI Washington
The Townhouse, Levels 3&4
1002 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: 202-342-0668
Fax: 202-342-0883
Email: info AT pssiwashington.org
Web: http://www.pssiwashington.org

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Corporate Council Program, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
  2. Staff, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
  3. International Advisory Board, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
  4. Executive Committee, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
  5. Board of Directors, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
  6. Foundations and Institutions, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.
  7. Corporations, Prague Security Studies Institute, accessed January 2008.

External articles

Resources

For further information, see relevant NeoCon Europe page Prague Security Studies Institute