Europe’s biggest asset is its enormous diversity in a small area.
The one-day-long event, held on 27 September in the conference room of Hotel Benczúr in Budapest, was connected with the European Citizens’ Initiative for Media Pluralism.
Europe has recently seen a fearful rise in the popularity of radical ideologies.
Moreover, such projects have not been very successful: the parties declaring to be liberal that got into parliament did not survive there for more than one election period.
The European Liberal Forum, in cooperation with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and the Centre for Liberal Studies, has taken this to heart and formulated policy recommendations with a liberal perspective, seeking to improve the direction and implementation of the region’s National Roma Integration Strategies