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Czech Parliamentarian Shares Insights on the Value of Family


Prague, Czech Republic – A fascinating meeting took place at the UPF Peace Embassy in Prague, focusing on the theme "Family in a Democratic Society," on November 20, 2023. The discussion was enriched by the insights and experiences of Ms. Nina Nováková, a member of the Czech Parliament, who has long been an advocate of initiatives to protect and support the family.


Participants had the opportunity to delve into the idea that family is the foundation of society. The open debate centered around the value that families hold in today's context and whether we can rightfully claim that they are indeed the "foundation of society."


Ms. Nováková brought a profound perspective as a parliamentarian to the discussion, enriching the understanding of the role of the family in a democratic environment. The discussion also touched on how the family environment shapes an individual's values and position in society.


Overall, the meeting was highly inspiring, providing participants with the chance for an open exchange of opinions and ideas on this timely topic guided by the expert insights of Ms. Nováková.



By Juraj Lajda, President, UPF-Czech Republic
November 20, 2023

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