PAFERE Liberty Weekend in Czeszów (21-23 October, 2011)
Third edition of our conference gathered over sixty attendees and many international lecturers. Among subjects presented during this three days event were modern forms of theft practiced by governments, so called “privatization” carried in Poland, inflation, bureaucracy and corruption. Many entrepreneurs shared their experiences related to the state interventionism in Poland.
Liberty English Camp in Tępadły (4-10 September, 2011)
Young people from around the Europe had an unique opportunity to learn free market, liberty and responsibility principles from passionate freedom champions. There were lots of conversations on economics with dedicated English native speaking lecturers. There is no better way to learn about capitalism in English.
Fr. Jacek Gniadek blessed PAFERE headquarters (24 June, 2011)
Fr. Gniadek performed blessing ceremony of the new PAFERE headquarters. Jan M. Małek, founder and president of PAFERE, and other officials were present at the ceremony.
Samuel Gregg visits Poland (April, 2011)
Samuel Gregg spend a whole week on giving lectures in Polish universities. He spoke about freedom, human rights, social-economics teachings of Benedict XVI and matters of public debt. He gave lots of interesting interviews and speeches.
PAFERE Liberty Weekend in Cracow (23-24 October, 2010)
This year's conference related to Polish precursors of the free market thought. Foreign lecturers also talked about unknown history of 19th century's capitalism. Tickets for this event were nearly sold out.
PAFERE Liberty Camp in Sulejow (13-19 September, 2010)
The second edition of Liberty Camp, where attendees could learn about free market and free society principles and improve English with native speakers. Sulejow hosted the youth from Italy, Russia, Albania and Belarus.
Building commercial society. Culture and the road to welfare (Cracow - 19 May, 2010)
Conference organized in cooperation with Acton Institute. Amongst the great lecturers were former minister of finance Leszek Balcerowicz, Fr Robert Sirico, professor Jan Kłos.
Kris Zawitkowski - The welfare state, ethics and economics - discussed in Krakow
“Entrepreneur — occupation or vocation?” (Lodz – 26 March, Cracow - 27 March 2010)
It’s a series of conferences taking place around the country. Conference in Lodz and Cracow was organized in cooperation with KoLiber Assocation. Event was closed by concert of Martin Lechowicz.
PAFERE Masters Degree, 2nd contest of the best MA thesis (Warsaw - 27 February, 2010)
This edition took place in the Sapiehs’ Palace. During memorable and touching gala many interesting lectures about private entrepreneurship were given.
Michael Reagan in Poland (November, 2009)
Son of former president of USA, invited by PAFERE, visited Warsaw and Torun. He met with president of Poland Lech Kaczyński and parliament members.
PAFERE Liberty Weekend in Warsaw (19-20 September, 2009)
International conference when lectures on Frederic Bastiat were given by guests from France, USA and Belarus.
PAFERE Liberty Camp in Sulejow (12-18 September, 2009)
Linguistic camp, where the youth from around the world could get familiar with free market and free society ideas and learn English from native speakers. Spending that time with likeminded people in such a beautiful landscape was a memorable experience.
Sir Anthony Fisher’s Award for PAFERE Foundation (25 April, 2009)
The annual award founded by Atlas Economic Research Foundation was granted in Los Angeles for the book “The moral superiority of free economy” written by theologian Michał Wojciechowski, member of the PAFERE board.
Professor Ken Schoolland in Poland (March, 2009)
Invited by PAFERE, professor Schoolland gave lectures in Lodz, Bialystok, Sosnowiec, Opole and Warsaw
Templeton Freedom Award for PAFERE Foundation (13 November, 2008)
PAFERE Foundation was awarded in category of “Ethics and Values” granted to young institutes.
Dr Daniel Mitchell in Poland (13 November, 2008)
Dr Mitchell, taxation expert from CATO Institute, visited Warsaw. Several of his lectures and presentations were attended by about 300 students, entrepreneurs and freemarketers.
Professor Thomas E. Woods in Poland (2-6 December, 2007)
Professor Woods gave lectures and interviews in 8 cities of Poland. PAFERE officials accompanied him in his 1500 km long journey.
Alejandro Chafuen in Poland (10-13 October, 2007)
Chairman of Atlas Economic Research Foundation visited 5 cities where hundreds of listeners listened his speeches. Many of them were clerics. One of his speeches was broadcasted by nationwide catholic television.
Mart Laar visits Poland (9-11 March, 2006)
During his visit, Poles could learn from the former prime minister of Estonia about practical aspects of implementing free market into real life of the country. Margaret Thatcher calls him “my best student”.
Fr. Robert Sirico visits Poland (23-25 September, 2005)
Fr. Sirico, philosopher, founder and chairman of Lord Acton Institute gave series of preaches about respecting 7th and 10th Commandments. His lectures were broadcasted by nationwide catholic television and radio.
"Ethical Foundation of Economy" organized by PAFERE Foundation 13-14 of October 2003 in Krakow, Poland
Ethical Foundations of Economy" in Kraków, Poland
Reminder of Basic Economic Injunctions
James T. Bennett - The Ethics of the Labor Market
Ana Isabel Eiras - Ethics, Corruption and Economic Freedom
Leonard P. Liggio - Poland and Representative Institutions in Western Civilization
Alejandro A. Chafuen - Ethics of Transition from Communism -The Dignity of the Human Person as the Foundation of the Transition
Photoreport from Ist International Conference "Ethical Foundation of Economy" organized by PAFERE Foundation 13-14 of October 2003 in Krakow, Poland