Michal Sindlar

May 17, 2017

European Development Associate

Students For Liberty is currently seeking a passionate and professional individual to lead our efforts in development, assisting raising funds on local and regional level and helping us build our long list of sponsors and partners in Europe. We are making a strategic investment in this field to help build up our development department and ensure even more resources for student leaders and groups European Students For Liberty are supporting. Responsibilities Oversight of development activities of local leaders, managing and leading development for major ESFL programs and activities Building up the long list of SFL’s partners and supporters Training student leaders to do local development Build up SFL’s brand, partnerships, and donor base around Europe Qualifications A background in the following is strongly preferred, but […]
May 16, 2017

Save the Dates – 2017 Regional Conference Season

European Students For Liberty is proud to present the 2017 Regional Conference Lineup! Bringing together thousands of students from all over the world, featuring dozens of international speakers and offering an absolutely unique experience, European Students For Liberty Regional Conference Season belongs among the highlights of the year for liberty-minded people in Europe. This year, our leaders are bringing this opportunity to 18 European cities from Reykjavík to Tel Aviv! Check out the list of all conferences with dates Podgorica, Montenegro – 9/23/2017 Reykjavík, Iceland –  9/30/2017 Ankara, Turkey – 9/30/2017 Kiev, Ukraine – 10/7/2017 Stockholm, Sweden – 10/7/2017 Prague, Czech Republic – 10/14/2017 Madrid, Spain – 10/14/2017 Brno, Czech Republic – 10/21/2017 Bitola, Macedonia – 10/21/2017 Tel Aviv, Isrel – 10/26/2017 Sarajevo, Bosnia – 10/28/17 […]
April 11, 2017

LibertyCon 2017: Keynote Lecture Recordings

The LibertyCon 2017 has ended. More than 750 attendees enjoyed 40+ talks and workshops over the packed 3 days. We would like to thank everyone who attended and made this event so great and are looking forward to LibertyCon 2018! Did you miss LibertyCon or maybe you just want to re-watch the keynote talks in case you missed something? We released them all and added the Animal Welfare Panel on Slideslive (slides included!). Keynote 1: Everything You Know Is Dead or Dying: How to Thrive After the E-Pocalypse by Henrik Jönsson Keynote 2: Beeronomics by Matt Kibbe Keynote 3: Would Ayn Rand Airbnb? Why A “Superhost” Is a Selfish Host? by Jennifer Grossman Pannel: Animal Welfare by Alfredo Pascual , Daniel Issing , Tom Palmer and Marie Hemelrijk Keynote 4: […]
April 2, 2017

United Kingdom: THINK Conference 2017 – July 1

Thought-provoking economists, the best and brightest young people, and talks looking at what the future holds and how creativity and innovation have helped halve world poverty in recent decades… …all in one place on Saturday 1 July 2017 at the Royal Geographical Society, London. Organised by our friends from the Institute of Economic Affairs , last summer saw the second annual THINK conference – with 450 16-25-year-olds joining us to hear from some of the world’s biggest names in economics, and this year THINK will be even bigger. Speakers and programme details will be announced during the build up to THINK. To find out more, keep up to date with announcements and buy tickets, please visit www.thinkiea.com!   From the website: Last year’s inaugural THINK conference brought […]
December 18, 2016

European Students for Liberty Conference Has Grown into LibertyCon!

The beginning of European Students For Liberty dates back to November 2011 when the first edition of the European Students For Liberty Conference took place at the University of Leuven in Belgium. The conference proved a huge success and marked the beginning of our most anticipated yearly event. An event whose brand has been constantly evolving. The goal of the first ESFLC was to bring classical liberal/pro-liberty/libertarian students across Europe together, to exchange experiences in campus activism, to train students through workshops, and help them grow the pro-liberty student movement in Europe. But for many, the ESFLC means much more. Year after year, its participants were willing to cross Europe to get there, sacrificing their time and money, driving by car or bus for more than 20 hours, spending nights at airports waiting […]