REGIONAL CONFERENCE IN VIENNA 2017
Be a part of the 2nd European Students for Liberty Regional Conference in Vienna and the biggest liberty event in Austria. The topics for the conference this year will include the Potential of Modern Technology in solving the problems of the world and how Free Market Capitalism and entrepreneurship has helped reduce poverty worldwide. Listen to distinguished keynote speakers from all over the world as they discuss new technologies like 3D Printing and Bitcoin and other remarkable technologies that can help reduce poverty and make our lives easier and better.
The conference will see you meet with professionals from all walks of life as well as chances to meet with industry pioneers who will take the time to answer your questions.
This conference is a great opportunity for you to learn from leading authorities in their fields and have access to incredible networking opportunities.
With just a 10-euro ticket, you will have access to all sessions of the conference. Students are entitled to a 50% discount so you only have to pay 5 euros for the Conference.
The “Austrian Libertarian Movement” is an independent forum managed by students dedicated to the principles of freedom. The Austrian Libertarian Movement was founded in fall 2011 by students who wanted to increase the awareness for the importance of liberty for society. As a team of young students, they are mainly concerned with the increasing growth of government and therefore the limits on individual freedom that this creates. In Austria and Europe as a whole, it is witnessed these limitations on individual liberty through more and more government intervention in the free markets and our personal lives over the last decades. The Austrian School of Economics influences our theoretical background; moreover, we are supportive of all initiatives promoting libertarian ideas.
The site of the Conference will be the VHS (Public Educational Centre) Mariahilf. The Address is Königseggasse 10, 1060 Vienna. You can travel to the Venue with the Public Transport U-Bahn U3. The station is called Zieglergasse. From the stations its’s 6 minutes walking distance.
For more reservations, information and enquiries, please contact Mohammad Malayeri on firstname.lastname@example.org