The IV Transatlantic Summit of the Political Network for Values to be held this year in Budapest has a new date. Put it on your agenda.
Depending on the restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the meeting of political representatives from Europe, America and Africa will be on November 18 and 19, 2021 and not in April, as was initially scheduled.
The central theme of the event is “Freedom at stake – building together the socio-political fabric for a free society”.
Speakers at the summit include Jaime Mayor Oreja, former Spanish Minister of Interior Affairs and president of the European Federation One Of Us; Ryszard Legutko, head of the delegation of the Polish Law and Justice Party in the European Parliament; Hermann Tertsch, MEP of the Spanish Vox Party; Chrisantus Wamalwa, Member of Parliament of Kenya; and Amy Sinclair, Member of the Iowa Senate, in the United States.
Obianuju Ekeocha, President of Culture of Life Africa; Haley McNamara, Director of the International Center for Sexual Exploitation; Sharon Slater, President of the International Institute for Family Studies; John Osullivan, President of the Danube Institute; and Paul Coleman, Executive Director of Alliance Defending Freedom International; among others.
The summit will be held in the Hungarian Parliament, please see the preliminary program here. Registration will be open shortly.
The initiative “is a call for political representatives, whether or not they are members of our network, together with academics and civil society leaders, to contribute to building the socio-political fabric for a free society”, explains Katalin Novák, Hungarian Minister for Families and President of the Political Network for Values.
The previous transatlantic summits were held at the headquarters of the United Nations, in 2014; the European Parliament, in 2017; and in the National Capitol of Colombia, in 2019.
This year, the meeting is sponsored by the International Center on Sexual Exploitation, the International Organization of the Family, CitizenGo and Family Watch International.