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‘LiberteWorld!’ was set up by young Polish liberals who in 2008 created magazine ‘Liberte!’. Its mission is to promote liberal values both through lively on-line portal and hard printed quarterly. Institutional partners of the magazine include the Batory Foundation, the Polish Confederation of Private Employers “Lewiatan”, the School for Leaders Association and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Authors who wrote for ‘Liberte!’ include internationally recognized writers such as Norman Davies and Adam Michnik.

‘LiberteWorld!’ initially was set up by Polish authors but it is designed to be a platform for sharing ideas and opinions regardless of geographical borders, open to anyone eager to participate in a widely understood liberal debate. It aims at fulfilling the gap of pan-European media available in English providing content of the highest quality.
Values promoted by ‘LiberteWorld!’ include widely understood freedom, free economy, open society as well as European integration.

Liberte World

Liberte - world edition

We strongly disagree with sentencing Alexei Navalny to 5 years in jail in a politically motivated trial by Kirov court. He should be released immediately and face a retrial by another court with his rights as a defendant fully respected. We urge leaders of the European Union: President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy, [...]
Author: LiberteWorld
Posted: July 19, 2013, 12:06 am
LIBERTÉ!: Through the speech in Sejm [lower house of the Parliament] regarding works on law projects on civil partnership and the rejection of this opportunity by a group of PO deputies you have become an enemy of freedom. Do not you like freedom? Jarosław Gowin: On the contrary. I may surprise you but, for me, [...]
Author: Jarosław Gowin
Posted: March 18, 2013, 9:17 am
In a way, you have to sympathise with David Cameron. With so many different audiences to consider, both at home and abroad, writing his keynote speech on Europe must have been a tortuous process. That probably explains why it was delayed so many times, and took over six months to write. Perhaps his most important [...]
Author: Paul Haydon
Posted: February 20, 2013, 10:36 am
´Amber Gold Affair´ has caused serious interest among pulic opinion in administration of justice, as well as in public prosecutor’s office. In the press and on various forums, discussions are conducted on the necessary reforms. Typically, in such cases, constitutional matters are discussed and constitutional concepts are invoked. We usually want to treat the disease [...]
Author: Adam Bodnar
Posted: October 25, 2012, 8:13 pm
Legal regulations concerning axiological choices made by individuals in their private or intimate spheres, formed on the basis of the expectations and awareness of the democratic majority, are essentially deprived of legitimization and are not acceptable within the scope of prohibitions and restrictions they introduce. The idea of the social contract is one of the [...]
Author: Piotr Beniuszys
Posted: September 25, 2012, 9:58 am

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