The Office of Václav Havel
The Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation has prepared a new cultural project of an international dimension called the Office of Václav Havel (OVH), which makes it possible for people around the world to view the OVH in 3D. The OVH virtual tour project is very educational and its objective is to show Václav Havel’s personality and to convey his ideas and visionary view of the world. Virtual tour – www.vaclavhavel.com
The St. Nicholas Charity Bazaar
Dagmar Havlová, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees and founder of the VIZE 97 Foundation, initiated the idea of a charity bazaar. The purpose of the event is to bring not-for-profit organisations together, to link them through their mutual cooperation, and to enable them to present their activities and the work of affiliated organisations, such as protected workshops or short-stay social care institutions. The supporters of the St Nicholas Charity Bazaar can attend the event at Prague Crossroads every 5 December in the afternoon.
The Prague Crossroads
The Prague Crossroads, an international spiritual centre, is a suggestive venue for various types of meetings, including lectures, discussions, concerts, performances, exhibitions, meditations and happenings. The Prague Crossroads centre is now located in a deconsecrated church which was originally established by Saint Wenceslas in 927. The Dagmar and Václav Havel VIZE 97 Foundation is involved in the comprehensive protection of the Prague Crossroads and it also administers the venue.
The Dagmar and Václav Havel VIZE 97 Foundation Award
Since 1999, the Dagmar and Václav Havel VIZE 97 Foundation has awarded an international Award in accordance with its mission to significant thinkers whose work exceeds the traditional framework of scientific discovery, contributes to the understanding of science as an integral part of general culture and is involved in the fundamental questions of knowledge, being and human existence.
The timely diagnosis and prevention of bowel and rectal cancer
The large intestine carcinoma is the most frequent malignant illness in our country and the number of occurrences is on the increase. The Czech Republic thus occupies an unfortunate first place on a world-wide scale. Thanks to the efforts of Mrs Dagmar Havlová, the Foundation has succeeded in acquiring a total amount of 300,000,000 CZK which has enabled the equipping of a dense network of endoscopic workplaces so that it is possible to meet the high demands of the preventative programme.