The European Dialogue of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom has offices in Brussels, Geneva, Madrid, and Prague.
Through the connection of EU experts, civil society, and decision-makers we seek to foster open dialogue and discuss liberal policy solutions to European challenges. Together with our liberal partners, we develop formats and campaigns to promote the rule of law, free markets and human rights. Moreover, we coordinate EU co-funded projects in the field of democracy support, development cooperation and human rights protection.
Explore our hubs: Human Rights Hub, Global Security Hub
(5.3.2024) Pegasus Unveiled: The Struggle to Protect Freedom in the Digital Age
Pegasus, a spyware developed by NSO Group, is known for its capability to hijack a smartphone's microphone and camera, as well as access a wide array of personal data including emails, text messages, and documents. Our upcoming event encourages dialogue on digital sovereignty and cybersecurity, emphasizing the importance of balanced regulation.
Press Release: Europe could play a key role in restoring Venezuelan democracy
In recent months, Venezuelan citizens and politicians have used every resource at their disposal to hold free elections within the country and restore the democracy lost to the Bolivarian revolution. Despite their successes, they require support from the international community to achieve their goal.
Finance & HR Administrator (f/m/d) in Central Europe and Baltic States
The position of Finance & HR Administrator in Central Europe and Baltic States in the Prague office is available asap on a full-time basis with 40 hours per week, limited until December 31, 2025 (with potential extension).
Between Past and Future
On 22.02.1963, former Federal Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French President Charles de Gaulle built the foundation for a new era of friendship between Germany and France with the signing of the Élysée Treaty. On the 61st anniversary of this event, we take a look at the current state of the German-French friendship.
Building a Green, Fair and Resilient Solar PV Supply Chain
Europe faces a critical moment in its energy strategy, with opportunities to diversify its supply and enhance independence through global partnerships. However, challenges arise from disruptions in gas trade due to geopolitical conflicts, leading to increased CO2-intensive fuels. The push for renewable energy, as seen in the EU Green Deal, is hindered by divergent member state strategies, infrastructure limitations, and economic bottlenecks. China's renewable energy sector dominance poses a unique challenge, emphasizing the need for re-globalizing supply chains to mitigate risks and ensure stable collaborations for a sustainable energy transition.
Poems of Liberty: Everyday Life Amongst Conflict
Download the latest edition of 'Poems of Liberty' to experience the resilience of culture amidst war in Europe. Explore the poignant verses of Ukrainian and European poets, capturing daily life in conflict and dreams for peace.
Europeans would like to see values-based foreign policy and ditch veto
A recent survey reveals that Europeans desire an EU foreign policy rooted in values, with a focus on security, human rights, and freedom. The poll, conducted across ten member states and commissioned by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, highlights a growing sentiment that the EU Council's veto system obstructs a more unified foreign policy. As Europe assumes a greater international role, citizens are increasingly engaged and concerned about the EU's stance on global issues. The findings also suggest a nascent European identity, signaling a potential shift towards a collective European political sphere.