Ploty, zdi a příkopy: svoboda pohybu jako lidské právo?

Čtvrtý ročník mezinárodní konference k poctě laureáta Ceny Václava Havla za lidská práva

  • Pražská křižovatka, Zlatá 10, Praha 1
  • 12. října 2016, 08:30 – 15:50
  • registrace je již uzavřena - její průběh je možné sledovat on-line na ČT 24

8.30–9.00 Registration

9.00–10.00

  • Interview with Václav Havel Human Rights Prize finalists

“The only lost cause is one we give up on before we enter the struggle.”

Summer Meditations, 1991

Chair:

  • Michael Žantovský - executive director, the Library of Vaclav Havel (Czech Republic)

Panelists:

  • Gordana Igric – journalist and activist (Serbia)
  • Nadia Murad  Basee - activist (Iraq)
  • Sébastien Touzé – Fondation René Cassin – International Institute of Human Rights

10.00–10.20

Keynote speech by the Rector of CEU

  • Michael Ignatieff – president and rector, Central European University (Hungary)

10.20–11.35

  • Panel I: East of Eden

"The idea that a person can rewrite his biography is one of the traditional self-deceptions of Central Europe."

The Salzburg Festival, Salzburg, July 26, 1990 

Chair:

  • Martin Palouš – diplomat and teacher, Florida International University (United States of America)

Panelists:

  • Ales Bialitski – chairman, the Human Rights Center Viasna (Belarus)
  • Anar Mammadli – human rights activist (Azerbaijan)
  • Saso Ordanoski – journalist (Macedonia)
  • Gordana Igric – journalist and activist (Serbia)

11.35 – 11.55

Special Appearance

  • Nadia Murad  Basee – activist (Iraq)

11.55–13.00  Lunch

13.00–14.15

  • Panel II: Brexit: who lost the United Kingdom?

"The demons that so fatally affected European history most disastrously in the twentieth century! are biding their time. It would be a tragic error to forget about them because of some technicalities over funds, quotas or tariffs."

Europe as a Task, Aachen, May 15th, 1996

Chair:

  • Michael Žantovský – executive director, the Library of Vaclav Havel (Czech Republic)

Panelists:

  • Eva Jiřičná – architect and designer (UK)
  • Tomáš Prouza – State Secretary for European Affairs (Czech Republic)
  • Martin Woollacott – journalist, the Guardian (UK)

14.15–15.30

  • Panel III: Openness or closeness of the EU

"The task of politicians is not just to carry out the will of voters and perhaps repeat their delusions so as to win them over, but also to lead and to fight against their delusions. Even with the risk that next time they won’t get elected."

Interview with Václav Havel for the revue Kavárna A.F.F.A., no. 4/95

Chair:

  • Daniela Drtinová – journalist, DVTV (Czech Republic)

Panelists:

  • Ondřej Liška – activist (Czech Republic)
  • Montserrat Feixas Vihe – UNHRC Regional Representative for Central Europe (Hungary)
  • Sebastien Touze – Institut international des droits de l´homme (France)
  • Aleksander Kaczorowski – author and editor in chief, Aspen Review Central Europe (Poland)

15.30–15.50

Closing remarks

  • Karel Schwarzenberg – member of Parliament (Czech Republic)

Všem občanům – výzva

„Uznáte-li, že je v určitém okamžiku přiměřenější chovat se jako Hus, chovejte se jako Hus, uznáte-li naopak, že je účinnější chovat se jako Švejk, chovejte se jako Švejk.“

Václav Havel, 26. srpen 1968

Jan Lukeš: Právě proto, že jsem. Rozhovor s Ivanem M. HavlemPavel Juráček: Ze života tajtrlíkůPomozte nám prošlápnout Havel Walk!