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Effective Thesis project is run by the Czech Effective Altruism Chapter, which promotes effective altruism in the Czech Republic with various programs such as the first European CFAR workshop and "Pomahej efektivne", a project helping to improve effectiveness of the Czech charitable sectors.

David Janků


After finishing his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Masaryk University, David (mail) is now enrolled in a MSc program in Organizational Psychology at the University of Leeds. His studies focus on leadership effectiveness, employee motivation and managerial education. In terms of effective altruism, he is most interested in prioritization and connecting community. David has helped to develop local effective altruism chapter as a local coordinator and now runs the Effective Thesis project.

David Horák


David (mail) works in Prague as a media analyst. He studied Economic Policy and International Relations at Masaryk University in Brno and studies abroad at Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius. David is most interested in extreme poverty and political reform. He is responsible for the content of this website.

Daniel Hnyk


Daniel (mail) graduated in Mathematical Informatics at the Faculty of Nuclear and Physical Engineering of Czech Technical University in Prague. His research mainly focuses on data science and machine learning, in which he also runs his business. Daniel is the founder of the Czech branch of the LessWrong rationalist community, and he is also involved in founding our Czech Effective Altruism Chapter, where he now serves as a strategic coordinator. In the Effective Thesis project, he is in charge of maintaining this website.


This is a brand new project run by volunteers, any suggestion how to improve it is very welcome!