European Association for Security
European Association for Security (EAS) is a nongovernmental organization unifying individuals as well as national and international organizations. The aim of the EAS is to provide security within the sphere of human activity at all levels.
The EAS was founded in 2000 in Krakow, Poland, and thanks to its activity has over time become admired and respected not only by the public, but by the governments of The Visegrad Four as well.
The present EAS activity has been focused on education, publishing, and organizing conferences. Furthermore, it supports international relations and teamwork exceeding state frontiers.
EAS languages are Russian and English. Due to close relationship to other languages, it is also possible to communicate in Polish, Czech, and Slovak. The Department of Statistics and Quantitative Methods is currently an informative working compartment for the Czech Republic.