Event: LibertyCon Europe to take place in Madrid this weekend

[Madrid, Spain] – 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.

Isabel Díaz Ayuso, together with Pedro Schwartz, Juan Ramon Rallo, David Friedman, and Patrik Schumacher, are some of this year’s featured speakers.

LibertyCon will take place at the Fundación Pablo VI conference center. The theme of the conference is Por Un Futuro Libre, with discussions around topics including free markets, free movement, housing, environmentalism, and the viability of current welfare systems.

Opening remarks will be made by Isabel Díaz Ayuso, President of Madrid Region.

“Madrid will always support those who want to keep ownership of their lives. Individual freedom is seriously threatened, and LibertyCon is an ideal place to defend it together.”
– Isabel Díaz Ayuso, President of Madrid Region.

LibertyCon Europe is an annual international conference with over 1,000 attendees. The event is targeted to those who either study or work in the fields of business, technology, public policy, economics, journalism, and academia. The conference is organized by Students For Liberty, the world’s largest pro-liberty student organization.

From its beginnings in 2011, LibertyCon Europe has taken place in various European cities, including Leuven, Berlin, Prague, and Belgrade. This year, LibertyCon is coming to Madrid, with Juan Ramon Rallo, David Friedman, Antonella Marty, and Patrik Schumacher from Zaha Hadid Architects among this year’s confirmed speakers.

Media can register for a free press pass, as well as schedule an interview with conference speakers by reaching out to [email protected].

To learn more about the program or register for the event, visit

About Students For Liberty:

Students For Liberty is a 501(c)(3) U.S. nonprofit organization dedicated to developing the next generation of leaders of liberty. Students For Liberty empowers students from all over the world to become agents of change and promote a freer future.