Students For Liberty is pleased to announce that their annual LibertyCon Europe conference will take place this weekend in Madrid, on March 6-8, 2020.
Those who have previously attended LibertyCon will need no further encouragement to return again this year, although for anyone who is still undecided on whether or not to register, here are five great reasons why you definitely do not want to miss out on this incredible opportunity.
European Students For Liberty’s annual LibertyCon will be held in Madrid, Spain, on March 6-8, 2020. This conference, the most significant event of the year for ESFL, provides an excellent networking opportunity for students and alumni alike.
With so much happening at LibertyCon this year, it can be hard to keep up. To help you plan your schedule, we’ve outlined five speakers who will be attending this year’s festivities who you don’t want to miss!
Ayn Rand, one of the most influential pro-liberty minds of the 20th century, was born 115 years ago today. Considered to be a novelist and philosopher in equal measure, she promoted Objectivism, her philosophical system, through many works of both fiction and nonfiction.
For those seeking to truly make the most of their trip to this year’s LibertyCon, Madrid certainly has plenty to offer, as a location that is incredibly rich in culture, steeped in history as well as being home to some remarkable architecture. In addition, the city is renowned as a prime destination for gastronomy, nightlife and sporting occasions.
Students For Liberty brings LibertyCon Europe 2020 Conference to Madrid, Spain European Students For Liberty has announced that LibertyCon Europe 2020 will take place on March 6-8, 2020 in Madrid, Spain at the Fundación Pablo VI conference center. LibertyCon Europe is an annual event bringing together members of the pro-liberty community together to discuss the […]
European Students For Liberty ha anunciado que LibertyCon Europa 2020 tendrá lugar del 6 al 8 de marzo de 2020 en Madrid, España, en el centro de conferencias de la Fundación Pablo VI.