Good governance / Social Responsibility

This section details initiatives to make government a competitive advantage. It includes analysis and reports of government initiatives, as well as data on accountability and performance measures.

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30th October 2018 / Good governance / Social Responsibility


AmCham CZ: The next 100 years

Countries are built on the character of their citizens. Each person's talent, energy, and commitment to community contribute to the progress of a nation, and to the sustainability of that advance. An individual with the skills and fortune to make decisions that determine a company's rise also plays perhaps the most vital role in a country's fate, because progress is financed by prosperity. That is why, since its start in 1992, the AmCham has been focused on two things:..
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22nd October 2019 / Good governance / Social Responsibility


CTP became the general partner of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at Brno University of Technology

The aim of the cooperation is to support students in technical fields. In cooperation with the Faculty of Civil Engineering (FCE), CTP, which supports students in the long term, has decided to contribute CZK 200,000 to their further development every year.
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22nd October 2019 / Good governance / Social Responsibility


White & Case Supports Memory of Nations at 30 Years of Freedom Event

Prague, October 21, 2019 - The meaning of freedom in the here and now, and the importance of protecting and nurturing it - highly topical issues that preoccupied the Prague office of international law firm White & Case when it invited its clients and co-workers to the Marble Hall of Palác Lucerna on Thursday, October 17th to celebrate 30 years of freedom. The firm used the occasion to support the project known as Paměť národa / The Memory of Nations, which has been recording the stories of direct witnesses of Nazism and Communism for posterity. 
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13th August 2019 / Good governance / Social Responsibility


Quality of Life Index 2019: Říčany in the lead again, Přelouč jumped up the most

For the second time in a row, the Central Bohemian town of Říčany can boast the highest quality of life. Přelouč in the Pardubice Region recorded the most significant improvement compared to last year – it jumped 88 places up in the ranking. The Moravian-Silesian town of Orlová took last place again. These are the conclusions of the second annual Quality of Life Index. It was prepared by Obce v datech (“Municipalities in Data”) with Deloitte as its primary consulting partner.
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