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International Human Rights activities of the Foundation

For the first time our activities are now summarized in a brochure. For more than 50 years, the promotion and enforcement of human rights are fundamental components of the international activities of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom. More to 'International Human Rights activities of the Foundation'

Seminar on sustainable urban planning in Pyongyang

50 North Korean architects, scholars, and officials from the Ministry of City Management took part in a lecture in Pyongyang. Professor Lutz Katzschner of University Kassel spoke about sustainable, ecological urban planning in Germany. More to 'Seminar on sustainable urban planning in Pyongyang'

Is legal assisted suicide a liberal concept?

German Minister of Health, Herrmann Gröhe, has recently demanded that all forms of suicide assistance should become punishable under criminal law. Today helping other people to commit suicide if they have a serious medical condition is not punishable in general. More to 'Is legal assisted suicide a liberal concept?'

Stop the fear!

Experts agreed on the urgent need for a reform of the European refugee and asylum policy. During the event “Refugee and Asylum Policy in Germany and Europe - Area of freedom or closed society?" it became clear that anxieties are blocking a discussion about how to handle the demographic process through migration. More to 'Stop the fear!'

India: A Great Deal of Heat, But Little Light

The Indian states of Delhi, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram recently held their elections. Omair Ahmad analyses the implications of these polls with general elections for the country due in less than a year. More to 'India: A Great Deal of Heat, But Little Light'

Athens discusses what liberalism means today

After discussing the future perspectives for European integration in Thessaloniki, Wolfgang Gerhardt, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, spoke about the essence of liberal thought and policy in Athens. More to 'Athens discusses what liberalism means today'

When liberals form opinions: Seminar at the University of Macedonia attracts 140 students

In Thessaloniki, Greece, Wolfgang Gerhardt, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom , delivered the keynote speech on “European challenges in the course of time” at a diplomatic seminar at the University of Macedonia. More to 'When liberals form opinions: Seminar at the University of Macedonia attracts 140 students'

When two liberals meet: Dr. Gerhardt’s visit to Lord Mayor Yannis Boutaris

While visiting Greece, Wolfgang Gerhardt, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, paid a visit to the city of Thessaloniki. The capital of the Northern-Greek region of Macedonia is the second biggest city of the Hellenic Republic. More to 'When two liberals meet: Dr. Gerhardt’s visit to Lord Mayor Yannis Boutaris'

Conclusion of the international conference »European Political Foundations: Mobilising Citizens and Raising Political Culture«

The goal of the conference was to bring together opinions of relevant domestic and foreign speakers and to open questions on the subject of political foundations and organisations for analysis of public policy (the so-called think tanks). More to 'Conclusion of the international conference »European Political Foundations: Mobilising Citizens and Raising Political Culture«'

FNF brings economic development expert to North Korea

Peter Nothnagel, Managing Director of the Saxony Economic Development Corporation (WFS), explained how he promotes Saxony as a location for industry and commerce, and how he advises potential investors on relocation projects. More to 'FNF brings economic development expert to North Korea'
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Dare to be free. Learn more about the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom

 

Many people know that political foundations exist; many have also heard the name “Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom” before. Not everybody, however, would be able to tell us off the cuff what exactly we stand for and do. This brochure endeavours to answer questions such as these in a clear and structured way. You will learn more about the history of our Foundation, including the basic principles and key issues guiding our work, both in Germany and abroad. Download (PDF) / Order printed version

 

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