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- 2016 - The Prague Declaration was signed by the following political movements in Roztoky, near Prague, on 23 January 2016: Blok proti islámu, Eesti Konservatiivne Rahvaerakond, Lega Nord, Odvaha, Pegida Austria, Pegida Bulgaria, Pegida Germany, Pegida Netherlands, Ruch Narodowy and Úsvit - Národní Koalice.
- 2012 – Prague Declaration signed by several members of various European Pirate Parties expressing the intent to cooperate on the creation of a common election program for the European Parliament election in 2014, on election campaigns and on realisation of said programme in the EP.
- 2009 – The Prague Declaration of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group - a document containing the founding principles of the European Conservatives and Reformists in the European Parliament. The document was signed in March by the Conservative Party of the UK, the Czech Civic Democratic Party, the Polish Law and Justice, the Bulgarian Order, Law and Justice, the Belgian Lijst Dedecker and Latvia's For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK. Full text
- 2008 – Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism
- 2008 – Prague declaration of 15 May 2008, signed by governments of the Czech Republic, UK, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Netherlands and Germany to lower the tax burden on namely enterprises by up to 20 percent up to the year 2010 to 2012. 
- 2005 – Prominent scientists have signalled their concerns about the risks to human and wildlife health posed by chemicals in everyday use which interfere with the hormone system, known as endocrine disrupters.  
- 2005 – Declaration on enhancing cooperation among chemical related multilateral environmental agreements.
- 2003 – The participants of the Information Literacy Meeting of Experts organized by the US National Commission on Library and Information science and the National Forum on Information Literacy with the support of UNESCO in Prague, the Czech Republic, from 20 to 23 September 2003. 
- 2003 – Declaration signed in the presence of representatives of the World Health Organisation (WHO) by health ministers of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Austria, Greece and Italy. 
- 2003 – Declaration adopted at the meeting of IT representatives of the EU candidate countries (in 2003) 
- 2002 – Prague Summit Declaration, issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council during the 2002 Prague Summit. 
- 2001 – Declaration adopted at the meeting of European Ministers in Charge of Higher Education in Prague 2001.
- 2000 – Declaration adopted at the Forum 2000 annual meeting. 
- 2000 – Declaration signed by non-governmental and community-based organizations in protest against the policy of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank during the meeting in Prague.
- 1998 – Declaration on the Use of Animals in Animal-Assisted Therapy.
- 1997 – Declaration adopted at the meeting of Christian Belief and Education in 1997.
- "Evropští Piráti mají plán společné kampaně do EP". April 15, 2012.
- "Prague Declaration" of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group. Signed March 2009. Archived from the original in the Website of the Občanská demokratická strana, ODS (Civic Democratic Party) of the Czech Republic on 2011-09-27. Retrieved 2017-03-27.