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DIPLOMACY AS A GAME.
LEAVE AN APPLICATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM AND EXCHANGE YOUR PRIME EXPERIENCE IN DIPLOMATIC SCIENCE.
For young enthusiasts of political science with politicians
Get access to first-hand information from politicians and public servants.
GET TO KNOW THE BACKSTAGE OF DIPLOMACY
Get involved in simulations of real or fictional political events
DIPLOMACY AS A GAME
Explore how the world of politics looks outside classroom
GET TO KNOW POLITICAL SCIENCES IN ANOTHER WAY
With dedicated professionals in International Affairs
UNIQUE NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY
DISCUSSION FORUM
AGENDA
We have chosen the most up to date topics from the world of international relations. Each session is uniquely tailored to current affairs, contains theoretical basis and an interactive assignment that will make you experience what policymaking feels like.
Session I
New Ethics /
Socio-economic & Media Discourses

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Session II
Economic Dimension /
EU Foreign Policy
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Session IV
Sustainable Development /
Rural Regions & Digitalization
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Session V
World Migration /
Security Issues
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DIPLOMACY AS A GAME
Late Night Diplomacy is more than just an ordinary conference. Each of the 12 sessions is tailored with a combination of both formal and informal educational methods. Such a technique enables effective learning, where you not only receive a theoretical piece of information in the first part but you get an opportunity to implement it in the second part of each session. This combination allows you to master their expertise in International Affairs and experience dealing with real or fictional political events.
REGISTRATION
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YOUR AGE
CITIZENSHIP
EDUCATION
CURRENT POSITION
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOURSELF
WHAT DO YOU CONSIDER YOUR BIGGEST SUCCESS AND THE BIGGEST FAILURE?
IF YOU WERE A PRIME MINISTER / PRESIDENT OF YOUR COUNTRY, WHAT WOULD YOU FOCUS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF NATIONAL POLITICS AND WHY
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OUR VENUE
The Best For The Best.
For our conferences we have chosen a very special place — Kaiserštejn Palace, located in a Baroque-style building in Malá Strana. It was built in its current form in 1714 by joining two Renaissance houses. The palace consists of two buildings connected by small side wings forming a smaller courtyard. Designed by Giovanni Battista Alliprandi, the construction was carried out by the workshop of Christopher Dientzenhofer .

In the 1840s the building was acquired by the Czech Savings Bank, which in 1845 designed the first-floor festival hall in the style of late classicism. Later, in 1977 a vast restoration was launched, restoring its original Baroque appearance.

The first owner was the military commander of Prague, František Helfrýd, a free lord from Kaiserstein. In the following years, the palace changed several owners. The Radecký family from Radče was among them. A monument to Marshal Radecký, considered one of the best military leaders of the 19th century, was unveiled in Malostranské náměstí in 1859. At that time, the square also bore his name.

The palace from Radecký was acquired by hotelier Václav Petzold, who set up a restaurant here. The palace was called "U Petzoldů" for another hundred years. Petzold's wife, opera singer Marie Sittová, became the first representative of Smetana's The Bartered Bride. Later between the years 1908–1911, a famous Czech opera star, Ema Destinnová, lived here.

Today, the hall of Late Night Diplomacy conferences holds her name.
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In Case Some Questions Left.

What are the dates of the conferences?
LND is held every Monday between 16. March. and 30. May - one session per week over 12 weeks in Prague.
What are the requirements to enroll?
You are aged from 18 to 27 years and currently studying a relevant (international relations, political science, journalism, social science, humanities, economics) bachelor's, master's or doctoral study program at accredited universities in the Czech Republic.

We accept graduates of the program who completed their studies no more than two years ago. Also, if you are enrolled in the last year of a high school (gymnázium), you can also apply.
Who are the speakers?
Our speakers include former and current public officials, diplomats, ambassadors, EU officials, researchers, journalists, international and national NGO officers and many more.
How do I benefit from the project?
Except access to first-hand insights from the world of diplomacy, you will level up your intellectual capacity, get to know fellow peers from various Czech universities and most importantly you will meet top speakers and network. Who knows, where such a meeting could lead in future.
I live outside of Prague, how can I attend the project?
In this case we can cover your expenses to make your experience at Late Night Diplomacy as beneficial as possible for you. Just inform us and we can buy tickets for you, or buy them on your own cost, give us the ticket and we will compensate you the full price of it.
What is the language of the conferences?
English.
Will I receive a certificate of attendance?
You will receive two certificates: YouthPass and LND Letter Of Attendance.
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