Nataša Vučković at the Delphi Economic Forum VII (VIDEO)
„Rethinking Liberalism: The Revenge of Emotions“
Delphi Economic Forum VII: New Realities (April 6-9, 2022)
Secretary General at the Center for Democracy Foundation, Nataša Vučković partook in the Delphi Economic Forum VII, from 6 to 9 April in Delphi (Greece) entitled New Realities.
At the annual Delphi Economic Forum, Nataša Vučković spoke during a panel discussion on the topic: Rethinking Liberalism: The Revenge of Emotions.
"A liberal counter narrative to populism? Revitalize democratic institutions, endorse credible leadership, address inequalities & discrimination & apply same values nationally and internationally"
Nataša Vučković, Secretary General, Center for Democracy Foundation, Serbia
„Rethinking Liberalism: The Revenge of Emotions“ - Delphi Economic Forum VII: New Realities (April 6-9, 2022)
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