In Europe, liberalism seems to have a different meaning depending on the specific national political context. In Germany, for example, the Free Democratic Party (FDP) is considered a centre-right, classical liberal party supporting free markets and limited government.
On Wednesday, December 2, 2015, Svetilnik hosted a roundtable discussion on ‘The Current State of Democracy in Slovenia’, the discussants being Milan Brglez, PhD the President of the National Assembly and Matej Tonin, MA, an opposition member of parliament.
Why should a paper called Future of European Welfare State be any different from any other publication on welfare? Well, let’s just say that it is made up almost entirely of infographics. And it is accompanied by two superb videos.
On April 16, 2014 in the House of Literature in Warsaw, European Liberal Forum, Republikon Institute and Fundacja Industrial (“Liberté!”, 4liberty.eu) held a conference about Euroscepticism.
Representatives of 4liberty.eu network has taken part in European Think Tank School organized by European Liberal Forum (ELF) and Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.
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