The Allianz Cultural Foundation provides financial support to the JDI Youth Dialogue 2015. The Foundation was founded as a non-profit organization, which initiates and supports Europe-focused cultural and educational projects, especially with young artistic and academic talents. The Foundation aims to create a public space for intercultural dialogue and debate with these trans-boundary projects, in order to strengthen a civil society, which thinks of and acts for a united Europe. In the years to come, the regional focus lies, beside countries in Central and South East Europe, with the Mediterranean area.
JDI cooperates with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on a long-term basis and several projects have been organized with support from the Ministry. Moreover, we appreciate consultations with experts offered to us in order to guarantee a high level of proficiency. Venues at the Czernin Palace and required personnel during the conference are provided by the Ministry.
It is the largest university in the field of economy and business in the Czech Republic. The Faculty of International Relations develops studies and scientific research, above all in the areas of international economic relations, international politics and diplomacy, politics, business, international law and tourism.
As a University of Economics, Prague institution CES supports the JDI Youth Dialogue 2015. CES provides information, counselling and co-ordinating university activities related to European issues. Working on an inter-disciplinary basis, it is concerned with European problems in the field of economics, politics, law, history, culture and languages.
IDS is also one of the partners of the JDI Youth Dialogue 2015. IDS is a two-year full-time Master’s Program taught in English at the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic. The program covers the fields of International Politics, International Economy, International Law, Comparative Politics, Diplomatic History, as well as Diplomatic Theory and Practice.