Coronavirus: Solidarity, Security & Policy
- April 23, 2020
- 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
- Online Live Stream
Everyone is very welcome to the next Startup Disrupt Virtual Event powered by Startup Grind Prague, Grow with Google and LXVI! In April we’ll host retired army general Petr Pavel (Former Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Chairman of the For a Safe Future Association).
The interview will be moderated by Petr Boháček (Researcher on Space Policy, Transatlantic Security & Global Governance), giving him a strong background and a lot of experience in this field as well.
This time it will be a panel discussion that will be online streamed.
Please register to receive a link to stream 2 hours prior event here: https://forms.gle/TLQqVaJJwUFrmRCNA
We’ll have time for some Q&A too!
You can ask questions on slido – https://app.sli.do/event/ckhc3y75
This event is brought to you with the kind support of CzechInvest, CzechStartups, Google, Roklen24, Krejta.cz – Kreativní online agentura, Philip Morris International and CMS.
- 5:00 PM — 5:05 PM
Introduction and Welcome Speech – Patrik Juranek (Startup Disrupt)
- 5:05 PM — 6:00 PM
Panel Discussion and QA
Petr Pavel (Retired Army General, Former Chairman of the NATO Committee)
Petr Pavel is a retired army general who has achieved the highest military posts both in the Army of the Czech Republic – Chief of the General Staff (2012-2015) and in the North Atlantic Alliance – Chairman of the NATO Military Committee (2015–2018). In order to strengthen security, civil society and democratic values in the Czech Republic, he founded the association For a safe future.
Petr Boháček (Researcher on Space Policy, Transatlantic relations and global security)
Petr is a research fellow at Charles University and Association of International Affairs, where he focuses on space policy, Transatlantic relations and global security. He is a frequent commentator of international affairs and led educational projects to improve education about security and NATO at Czech High Schools. In the past, Petr was an intelligence analyst for a global security firm and founded the European Security Journal. He holds a BA from St. Nobret College, MA from Charles University and he is a Ph.D. candidate at Charles University.