Lessons Learned and Best Practices from the Czech Republic: COVID-19

The fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is a global one. That means that various countries in the world are facing similar, if not identical, challenges and problems. The Czech Republic entered this fight a few moments and stages earlier than other countries in Eastern Europe, like Ukraine and Georgia, among others. Czech civil society (in the broader understanding of this term) has already shown a high degree of innovation, creativity, voluntarism, and solidarity when it comes to the fight aganist this disease. European Values Center for Security Policy believes that there is no need for others to reinvent the wheel and waste precious time in the face of a potentially fatal disease. Therefore, they decided to compile the best practices and lessons learned by Czech civil society and offer them as this shareware toolkit to other countries.

European Values Center for Security Policy  is a non-governmental, non-partisan institute defending freedom and sovereignty. They protect liberal democracy, the rule of law, and the transatlantic alliance of the Czech Republic.

Many think tanks focus on studying the virus and its impact on economic, political, social and cultural processes in certain countries and in the world as a whole.

We have launched a new section – COVID-19: Research, where we monitor the leading research, analysis and statistics on Covid-19 in think tanks. We publish these materials so that our readers have access to quality analytics on those issues.