The festival of ideas is approaching, and our list of speakers continues to grow. The eleventh edition of Freedom Games will be held on October 18-20 at EC1 Lodz, under the theme “City. Europe. Future”! This year’s edition will take us on a journey toward a better tomorrow, exploring the importance of cities in the context of Europe’s future.

On the eve of Taxpayers’ Day, the largest taxpayers were honored at a ceremony held at the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania. The event, organized by the Lithuanian Free Market Institute (LFMI) in partnership with the law firm TGS Baltic, also saw the introduction of the Taxpayers’ Rights Charter, which aims to foster a relationship of trust and respect between taxpayers and government institutions.

Lithuanian Free Market Institute (LFMI) presented “The Election Book. Mandate for Leadership”. The publication discusses the problems of state governance and the economy and provides recommendations for a breakthrough. As the patron of the event, Viktorija Čmilytė-Nielsen, Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania, underscored the unique value of the “The Election Book. Mandate for Leadership” for political parties.

Ukrainian Students for Freedom, European and Czech Students For Liberty, and Operation “Kyseláč” at the Liberal Institute invite you to the second annual Ukrainian Renaissance conference, this time in Lviv! During this two-day international event, we will speak with Ukrainian and international experts and explore the topics of Ukrainian resilience, renewal, and reforms the country can undertake to strengthen its economy and its place in Europe.

The June issue of the Newsletter provides an overview of the articles published on the website, serving as a starting point for further exploration. Mate Hajba (Free Market Foundation): Who Should Punish Orbán? Hungary has been fined an unprecedentedly large amount for the severe violation of EU law over the rights of asylum seekers. However, this is not about Hungary’s stance against the oppressive EU as the Hungarian governing party Fidesz wants to…

How to interpret the recent EU election results? What does it all mean for the EU green and global agenda? Are we experiencing a swing to the right? And is the EU a global player? Leszek Jazdzewski (Fundacja Liberte!) talks with Pat Cox, former President of the European Parliament, currently the European Coordinator for the Scandinavian-Mediterranean TEN T (transport) Core Network Corridor, Leader of Needs Assessment and Implementation Mission on parliamentary reform for the European…

Through its public awareness campaign, the Economic Freedom Foundation hopes to raise awareness of the economic realities of EU functioning that are sometimes disregarded while also encouraging participation in the upcoming European Parliament election. President of the foundation Marek Tatala says to Polish voters: “Vote on June 9 and don’t let yourself be taken out of the Union.”

Michael F. Cannon, director of health policy research at the Cato Institute, will visit Poland on 5 and 6 June. His scholarly activities include public health issues, regulation of physicians, medical facilities, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, employer-sponsored and other private health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP, Veterans Health Administration, medical malpractice litigation, administrative law, international health systems, and much more.