The third episode of Visegrad talk show on international cooperation

The third episode brings together guests talking about their experience with international and crossborder cooperation. The discussion participants come from different geographical settings and they are innovators in activities just as varied, be it alternative theatre group, art gallery connecting young visual artists or community of women with passion for new technologies. New episode can be watched on...

The second episode of We Four+ talk show opens topic of “Home”

In the second installment of web talk show series guests talk about what makes them feel at home. Four debating participants from the Visegrad countries hosted by a Viennese moderator present their private stories and experiences which shape their view on home and belonging. The discussion can be watched as an online stream on...

The first episode of new internet talk show We Four+ has been launched

A new “neighborhood talk” format features guests from four countries of the Visegrad Group and along with host from Vienna, who are discussing the topic of life choices. In an informal talk show guests through their own inspiring stories and opinions bring innovative view of the Central European region. Talk show can is avalaible as an online stream at www.wefourtalk.com. An invitation to watch the web series written by Štefánia Košková, executive producer of the project, is released in the renowned Central European magazine Visegrad Insight and you can read it online here. The press release to the launch of the first episode can be seen...

Our new website

We are launching our new website to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain and the 20th birthday of Central European Foundation which we celebrate these days.  You can explore our new program priorities that are arranged in four areas to reflect our perspective on contemporary life in Slovakia and within the wider Central European...

2nd annual PRO LIBRIS grant round in the making

Following the success last year, the Central European Foundation and the SLOVNAFT corporation, together with the Slovak Ministry of Culture are about to launch the 2nd annual grant scheme PRO LIBRI.  It supports publishing original Slovak and cotemporary European literature in translation.  Call for applications with further details will be published on 20 January 2015.  Grant applications can be submitted from 20 January to 2 March...