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The Second Run of PSSI's Security Academy for Young Politicians

06.04.2019

The Security Academy for Young Politicians is a program offered to members of youth organizations of democratic political parties in order to improve their capabilities in the security field. This year's run was concluded on April 6. 

The lectures the participants attended focused on the Euro-Atlantic partnership, Czech-German security cooperation, and hybrid threats. During a workshop, participants prepared and delivered a political speech on a security-related theme.

The program was supported by the U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in the Czech Republic.

The participants were members of the following political youth organizations: Mladi lidovci, Top tym, mSTAN, Mladi konzervativci, Mlade ANO, and Mladi Pirati.  

 

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