[CONFERENCE] Ukrainian Renaissance

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.

In addition to hearing from interesting speakers, there will also be ample opportunity to network and interact with well-known Ukrainian and international politicians, journalists, economists, and business people, as well as Ukrainian and international students, so do not miss this opportunity!

Be a part of Ukrainian Renaissance – a two-day international conference on Ukraine’s renewal and the role of young people in accessing it!



First Preview of Speakers and Program

At the conference, we will be talking with speakers not only from Ukraine but also from other Central European countries – Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, and others. Some of the speakers you can look forward to are:

  • Maryan Zablotskyy, a Ukrainian MP with an active interest in economic freedom
  • Nataliya Melnyk, director of the Kyiv-based think tank Bendukidze Free Market Center, and lecturer at workshops aimed at increasing economic literacy
  • Mikołaj Pisarski, entrepreneur, board member, and former president of the Polish Mises Institute, one of the oldest pro-market think tanks in Poland
  • Christian Năsulea, Director of the Institute for Economic Studies – Europe, lecturer at the University of Bucharest
  • Martin Pánek, director of the Liberal Institute, the oldest Czech liberal think tank, and co-founder of Operation “Kyseláč”, a humanitarian mission to Ukraine

Travel to Lviv and Security

Due to the location of the event, the safety of the participants is our priority. We will send details to all participants before the event on what apps to download to be safe and what guidelines to follow to minimize risks.

We are also organizing car sharing and transport coordination for Central European travelers. If you would like to get involved, fill in the form here.

If you want to travel independently, Ukraine can be reached by train or bus,  for example, by Flixbus with a change in Krakow (which can also be reached from Prague).

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