We are in many ways more free in today’s world than the past generations, and yet many of us are still deprived of their freedoms. Numerous groups of people face discrimination, and economic oppression. In addition, we are facing major challenges whose solutions will inevitably have an impact on our freedoms – global inequalities, wars, the climate crisis, unpredictable technological developments. How can we rethink freedom so that we can effectively face these challenges while building a freer future for all? How can we put these challenges in a European context? And how are these issues currently reflected in the agenda of the EU institutions?
With the support of the Prague Office of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, the European Commission Representation in the Czech Republic and the European Parliament.
Counsellor and lecturer
Law student, feminist and activist
Climate and anti-war activist
Student and committee member of Trans*parent
Anthropologist and tech archeologist