We are a network of 15 think tanks from CEE countries. Our members actively work to promote liberalism on a daily basis in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, and Georgia. We do our utmost to make a liberal perspective from our region more accessible and available both in Europe, and the world.
4liberty.eu website is a platform where experts and intellectuals representing liberal community from CEE (chiefly from our Network, but not exclusively) share their opinions and ideas. We publish topical expert articles, commentaries, and analyses on a regular basis.
4liberty.eu Review is a half-yearly journal published in English by our network. The issues are available for free both in print and in an online version. Each volume is devoted to one key topic that is analyzed from various perspectives by our contributors.
Liberal Voices Syndicated is a project of the 4Liberty.eu Network aimed at publishing and syndicating original, high-quality commentaries and analysis on a variety of CEE topics.
I know it is much more comfortable to stay in our own bubbles, but in order to be better, we must push ourselves and step out of our comfort zones. Beside cultivating a relationship with our audiences (and educating them better on communicating liberty), we have to build the roads to others.
On July 26, 2017, Marek Tatala, Vice-President of the Civil Development Forum, spoke at the U.S. Helsinki Commission briefing about democracy in Central & Eastern Europe, which was organized in Washington D.C. In his speech, Tatala emphasized challenges to democracy and rule of law in Poland, including independence of judiciary.
Bitcoin is losing share in market capitalization. This is just one of many possible ways to describe recent events in cryptomarkets. The surging capitalization of Ethereum and the related ICO phenomenon are the main reasons behind such developments.
The European think tank network EPICENTER has published the second edition of The Nanny State Index, an indicator of state paternalism in the European Union. The index evaluates restrictiveness of regulations governing the sale and consumption of food, soft drinks, alcohol, tobacco, and e-cigarettes in 28 EU countries in 2016.
For over three decades, the position of the Constitutional Tribunal seemed to be solidly grounded in the Polish institutional landscape and the pluralistic public discourse. However, with the recent demolition of the Tribunal, we are faced with an end of an era.