Atlas will host a discussion on the rise of radical parties in Greece and Hungary and how free-marketeers are fighting to stop them. Tom Palmer, Atlas’s Executive Vice President of International Programs, will moderate the program and give remarks on his recent work to mobilize freedom champions in both countries. Zoltan Kesz, Atlas Leadership Academy graduate and founder of the Free Market Foundation in Budapest, will discuss his aggressive “Ridicule the Radicals” public education campaign to combat fascism in Hungary. Alexander Skouras, an Adjunct Fellow for International Relations at Atlas and a pro-liberty political manager, will discuss his recent work encouraging more organized pro-liberty efforts by think tanks and student groups in Greece.
The event will begin with an opportunity to network with local DC professionals.