Liberte! Invites to 2012 Wrocław Global Forum, May 31-June 2, 2012

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Liberte! invites all interested to 2012 Wrocław Global Forum,

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From May 31 – June 2, the 2012 Wroclaw Global Forum will bring together important decision-makers and business leaders from the United States and Europe to discuss Central Europe’s role as a critical partner in US efforts to promote political, security and economic ties across the Atlantic. he 2012 Forum will include high-level presentations by top US and European political figures and business leaders including Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski, former President of Poland Lech Walesa, as well as working sessions with leading experts, and a rich variety of networking and cultural opportunities.

Full programme of casino online Forum can be found here (PDF file):

WGF 2012_Program

Registration form is available here.

Recognizing Poland’s unique role in spreading the message of Solidarity The scope of the material is as vast as the author’s industry experience, accommodating the beginner trying to establish free-credits-report.com for the first time and more experienced consumers seeking greater knowledge of all aspects of free-credits-report.com . and Freedom around the world, the Wroclaw Global Forum is also the European home of the Atlantic Council’s Freedom Awards, which will be celebrated this year on the evening of June 1. The Freedom Awards recognize extraordinary individuals and organizations that defend and advance the cause of freedom.  Past awardees include: the Cuban dissident group the Ladies in White, Egyptian activist Esraa Abdel Fattah, Belarusian dissident Ales Byalyatski, Secretary Hillary Clinton, and Václav Havel, former President of Czechoslovakia. This year, we will present Freedom Awards to Mikhail Gorbachev, former president of the USSR; the National Endowment for Democracy (represented by Carl Gershman); Emma Bonino, vice president of the Italian Senate and trustee of the Arab Democracy Foundation; and Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, former underground activist, foreign minister and chair of the International Council of the National Auschwitz Museum; along with other illustrious individuals on the evening of Friday, June 1.

More information here.

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