Liberty Forum 2013
November 13-14, 2013 at the InterContinental Times Square Hotel
This two-day conference will bring together freedom champions from all over the world to discuss strategies for advancing liberty. Last year’s forum attracted over 450 attendees from more than 45 countries and we anticipate an even larger international presence at this year’s event.
This year’s Liberty Forum highlights will include:
Freedom Dinner 2013
November 14, 2013 at Capitale
130 Bowery, New York, NY 10013
6:00pm Atlas Club Briefing (Atlas Club Members only)
6:30pm Freedom Dinner Reception
7:00pm Freedom Dinner
At the conclusion of our Liberty Forum conference, we take the time to celebrate a goal of freedom and prosperity in every corner of the globe, during our gala Freedom Dinner.
This year’s keynote speaker is Johan Norberg, one of the worlds most eloquent liberty advocates. He has published numerous books including In Defense of Global Capitalism, which earned Atlas’s celebrated Fisher Award in 2002, has been translated into a dozen languages, and inspired the British Channel 4 documentary,“Globalisation is Good”. This coming fall, Norberg will host a national public television special, produced by the Free to Choose Network, about the effects of economic freedom in South Korea, Chile, Zambia, and Slovakia. Norberg is a senior fellow at the European Centre for International Political Economy and at the Cato Institute.
For the first time, the winner of the Templeton Freedom Award will be announced at Freedom Dinner. A grand prize of $100,000 will be awarded to one of six finalists, all of which have demonstrated think tank excellence in every sense of the word.
Be sure to bring your dancing shoes because following the dinner program we will dance to the tunes of The Mumblers.
Buses will be provided from the Intercontinental to Capitale for transportation to and from Freedom Dinner.
Tickets and Sponsorship Information
For more information, contact Stephanie Giovanetti at 202.449.8449 or Stephanie.Giovanetti@AtlasNetwork.org.