The BCSA is here to excite your interest in all things Czech and Slovak – from food to fashion, art to design tech, sport to literature.

The BCSA is a natural hub for Czechs and Slovaks living, working and studying in the UK who want to celebrate their heritage, to show off their culture to friends, and to argue over their history and politics.

Membership of the BCSA offers a host of stimulating events, unrivalled networking opportunities, and plenty of fun.

About Us

The BCSA, a registered UK charity and membership association based in London, welcomes anyone with an interest in the Czech or Slovak Republics.

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Be part of the BCSA

People of all ages and backgrounds join the BCSA.

Some of our members are Brits with Czech or Slovak partners, some are British students of Slavonic studies, and some are British individuals or companies with an interest in the republics. Many are former citizens of Czechoslovakia who moved to the UK years ago; others are Czechs and Slovaks who currently work or study in the UK.

Members receive four issues of our Review magazine a year and enjoy free entry to a regular programme of stimulating events and fun social occasions to which your friends are welcome too.

Whatever the reason for your interest in the Czech and Slovak Republics, you’re assured of a warm welcome in the BCSA.

What’s Coming Up

Join us for a BCSA symposium at the EBRD at which former Slovak Economy Minister Vazil Hudák and leading economist Michal Horváth will discuss “The change we believe(d) in – what the Heart of Europe can offer”.
Tuesday 29th November in the EBRD main auditorium from 16.30 to 17.30 followed by a reception.

Entry is free. But please register on Eventbrite to attend no later than 27 November

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