Lithuanian Free Market Institute (LFMI): Think Tank School
March 12-14, 2014
For more information click here
Taking place just before the European Students for Liberty Conference and the Atlas Leadership Academy, LFMI will lead an interactive training session to prepare the next generation of liberty-minded leaders in the region at its 2014 Think Tank School in Berlin, Germany. Training topics include fundraising, communication, strategic planning and coalition building. To learn more about this training or to apply click here. Applications will be accepted until February 14, 2014.
Participants earn two credits within the Atlas Leadership Academy.
Liberty Cafe Luncheon: The ABC’s of School Choice
Friday, March 28, 2014
Atlas Headquarters (1201 L Street NW, Washington DC)
Please RSVP to Chelsea Albers at Chelsea.Albers@AtlasNetwork.org
The Atlas Network will host a special Liberty Cafe Luncheon with Keri Hunter from The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice to discuss school choice trends in the USA. Keri serves as the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice’s National Projects Coordinator, where she manages the National School Choice Speakers Bureau, plans events across the country, and runs several grant programs.
Seating for this luncheon is limited. Contact Chelsea Albers at Chelsea.Albers@AtlasNetwork.org for more information.
Atlas in Chicago!
Thursday-Friday, April 3-4, 2014
Hotel Chicago Downtown (333 N. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60654)
RSVP at this link: atlasinchicago.eventbrite.com
Cohosted with America’s Future Foundation and the Illinois Policy Institute
Join the Atlas Network in Chicago for a special Atlas Club Briefing and one-day program preceding the Philadelphia Society’s 50th annual meeting.
Co-hosted with America’s Future Foundation, Atlas Club Briefing on Thursday, April 3 will feature Casey Lartigue on “Promoting Freedom in Difficult Places: The Case of North Korea.” Casey Lartigue, a Senior Fellow with the Atlas Network, is based in South Korea. He will be led in conversation by Atlas Network’s Executive Vice President Tom Palmer.
John Fund, National Review Columnist and Fox News Political Analyst, will keynote the luncheon on Friday, April 4 and will speak on “Fighting for Freedom: 25 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall”. The luncheon will be followed by two afternoon panels on “Reforming the Welfare State” and “Ideas Can Transform Nations: The Case of the Chicago School of Economics”. This one-day forum is cohosted with the Illinois Policy Institute
For more information on the program and to RSVP please visit our Eventbrite page at atlasinchicago.eventbrite.com. There is no cost to attend this event.
Liberty Cafés – Every month, Atlas hosts Liberty Café in its Washington D.C. office. It features speakers who discuss current topics from all over the world and bring together Atlas partners and allies to share ideas. Below you will find a description of current and past Liberty Cafés, with the most recent one on top. For more information please email Events@AtlasNetwork.org
Other Events – Atlas occasionally cosponsors events or hosts events around the United States. For a list of events around the world, please see the Global Events Calendar.
Recent Events – Write-ups of past events can be found here.
For more information on any event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org