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On Wednesday 27 January 2009, the Mises Youth Club is hosting the second edition of its monthly “Libertarians in Brussels“ social get-together. This event will be held in the newly refurbished upstairs room of “Le Faubourg”, a traditional bar on the Berlyamont corner of the Rue Franklin and Rue Stévin in Brussels, between 9pm and 11pm. Attendance is free of charge and a cash bar will be provided..
This month’s guest speaker is Bruno Waterfield, a British journalist and libertarian publicist, and he will talk with us about the state of individual liberty in Europe and the libertarian foundations and principles, if any, of the modern-day European Union.
Bruno Waterfield has been the Brussels correspondent for the Daily Telegraph newspaper since 2006. He blogs at the EU Observer and is a regular contributor to Spiked Magazine. He authored the book “E-Who? Politics Behind Closed Doors” on behalf of the Manifesto Club. He has been reporting on European affairs for eight years, first from Westminster and then from Brussels since 2003. He was part of the founding editorial team of ePolitix.com, worked as an editor for Parliament Magazine, and was involved in the Institute of Ideas, a London think tank.
The Mises Youth Club is a Brussels based social and political debating society with a special focus on students, recent graduates and young professionals, and aims to create a framework in the European capital for social networking and the promotion of liberty.
Looking forward seeing many of you at this event!
With fervent best wishes,