The project was executed by:
The Centre for International Relations – an independent, non-governmental think-tank, dedicated to the study of international relations and foreign policy issues of crucial importance to Poland, Europe and transatlantic relations. The Centre carries out its own research projects, prepares reports and analyses, and participates in international projects in cooperation with similar institutions abroad. The Centre for International Relations has been annually ranked among the top think-tanks in Central and Eastern Europe in the University of Pennsylvania’s research The Leading Public Policy Research Organizations in the World.
The Aspen Institute Prague is the Central European partner of the Aspen Institute global network. It serves as a non-partisan platform where politicians and representatives of business, as well as leading artists, athletes, scientists, and journalists can meet and interact. The Institute facilitates interdisciplinary and regional cooperation, and supports young Central European leaders in their development. Founded in 1950, the Aspen Institute is headquartered in Washington, DC in the United States. The Institute in Prague was established in 2012 and operates for the whole Central European region.