Johnny Munkhammar, author of European Dawn: After the Social Model, who will be speaking on The EU’s Cancer: the welfare state and the decline of Europe.
Prof. Marie Theres Tinnefeld, professor emeritus, Department of Informatics/Mathematics, FH Munich, who will speak on “Security Laws: A Challenge to Privacy Rights.”
Prof. Christian Kirchner, Humboldt University. Topic: The European Constitution - A Failed Project?
Ernst Beck, Biologist and member Europäisches Institut für Klima and Energie who will speak on The Falsified History of European CO2 in the Global Warming Controversy.
Edgar Gärtner, director of the Centre for New Europe Enivornment Forum. Topic: Ecological Nihilism.
Shane Frith, managing director of the Stockholm Network, a network of free market think tanks in Europe. Topic: "Better Health Through Freedom".
Sascha Tamm, Liberales Institute of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom. Topic: "Sin Taxes - Immoral Government Action in the Name of Morality."
Kristian Niemietz, Graduant of Economics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, who will speak on “From Bismark to Friedman: Privatizing Pensions.”
Our European readers ought to find this conference well worth attending. You can also find information on local hotels, costs, venue, etc at www.efs2007.blogspot.com. Students should know there are scholarships available that will cover the conference and meals except for €25.Total cost is €125.00 and this includes a pizza reception on Friday night, 8 speaking sessions, five tea breaks, two lunches and one dinner. Not a bad deal at all especially considering the quality of speakers and the array of topics. I encourage my European readers to check out the dedicated website for the conference.