The Lithuanian Free Market Institute, together with its partners Free Trade Europa and law firm TGS Baltic, is holding a roundtable discussion to discuss new forms of work that have been created via digitalization and the changing nature of employment that is being sought by platforms and individuals alike.
We are pleased to announce that the 2022 edition of Freedom Games is to be held on October 14-16 in the EC1, Lodz, Poland, and online. The leading theme of this year’s forum is “Green Independence”.
Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine has shown that power politics is far from dead and that the idea of containing aggressive states like Putin’s Russia through positive interdependence – as undertaken by Germany – is not enough to guarantee European security.
Join us on Facebook for a live stream of the online launch of the latest issue of “4liberty.eu Review” No. 16, devoted to the topic of “Toward a Bright European Future” to be held on April 27 (Wednesday) at 13:00-13:45 CET.
The Hungarian Europe Society cordially invites you to its online conference “The Future of Democracy: Strengthening Liberal Values, Institutions and Procedures at Global, European, Regional and National Levels” to be held on Thursday, March, 17, 2022 (10:00 – 18:15).
The fact that individuals themselves decide to engage in platform work suggests that they regard some conditions of platform work, such as remuneration and flexible timetables, as more advantageous, and thus more attractive.
The border region of Saxony-Czechia-Poland is a treasure chest of a rich cultural heritage and beautiful landscapes. Yet, infrastructural problems and the fringe position of the border triangle within the three countries have so far made it impossible for the region to fully utilize its potential.
Join Atlas Network & Institute for Market Economics as we convene the 2021 Europe Liberty Forum Online! The 2021 Europe Liberty Forum Online—#EuropeLF21—is sponsored by Atlas Network and co-hosted with our partner organization in Bulgaria, Institute for Market Economics.
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the German-Polish Neighbourhood Treaty, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom will hold a debate with Marta Lempart, co-initiator of the protest movement “All-Poland Women’s Strike”, and Gyde Jensen MP, Chairwoman of the Committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid in the German Bundestag.