Schedule

17/4Wednesday
9:00am WELCOME TO DAY TWO
Anna WelliszHome is the Hill to Die On
9:10am PLENARY 3
Melanie Phillips, How Conservatism’s Chickens Came Home to Roost in Gaza
9:30am PANEL 5: FAITH AND FAMILY IN CRISIS

Hélène de Lauzun, Being Ruled by People who Don’t Know What a Family Is: The French Example
Fr. Ben Kiely, The Attitude of Mattathias
Paul Coleman, Top-Down Political Attack on Faith and Family
Gloria von Thurn-und-Taxis, Threats to Faith and Family

Chairman: Ellen Fantini

10:45am Coffee Break
11:00am KEYNOTE ADDRESS 3
PM Viktor Orbán, a conversation with Yoram Hazony
12:00pm PLENARY 4
Amichai Chikli MK, The War in Israel
12:15pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS 4
Eric ZemmourWhy we Need to Challenge the EU’s Migration Pact
12:30pm Lunch Break
1:05pm PANEL 6: BORDERS AND THE NATION STATE

Hans-Georg Maaßen, Migration as an Ideological Project
Monika Gabriela Bartoszewicz, By Elite Demand – Without Popular Consent
Sylvie Perez, Challenging Wokeism: An International Matter

Chairman: Javier Villamor

2:20pm PLENARY 5
Nicola Procaccini, Conservatism and Change
2:40pm Coffee Break
3:00pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS 5
PM Mateusz MorawieckiMaking Europe Home, Factory, and Fortress Again
3:30pm PANEL 7: THE FUTURE OF CONSERVATISM

NS Lyons, Conservatism’s Future Must be Counter-Revolutionary
Uzay Bulut, The Future of Europe Depends on the Future of Conservatism
Francesco Giubilei, Young, Conservative, and Free
Pierre Valentin, Can Conservatism Escape the Temptation of Negation?

Chairman: Harrison Pitt

4:50pm PANEL 8: THE FUTURE OF EUROPE

Florence Bergeaud-Blackler, Is Europe Really Aware of the Endogenous Islamist Threat?
Enikő Győri, Why Ideology Should Not Drive EU Policy
Ossanda Liber, Reclaiming National Sovereignty
Gladden Pappin, Europe’s Choice: Dialogue or Decay

Chairman: Cornelis Schilt

6:15pm FAREWELL ADDRESS
6:30pm End of conference. Safe travels!

16/4Tuesday
8:00am REGISTRATION OPENS
9:00am WELCOME ADDRESS
Yoram HazonyA Drastic Change in How Democracies Function
9:20am PLENARY 1
Ryszard Legutko, What is Wrong With Ever Closer Union
9:40am PANEL 1: THE PERILS OF EVER CLOSER UNION

Tom Vandendriessche, The Perils of an Ever Closer Union: We Must Take Back Control
Teresa Nogueira Pinto, Why Conservatism is the Antidote Against Despotism
Matthew Goodwin, Brexit Isn’t Over — It’s Only Just Beginning
Ladislav Ilčić, Democracy and Christian Values vs. Centralization of the EU

Chairman: John O’Sullivan

11:00am Coffee Break
11:15am KEYNOTE ADDRESS 1
Nigel Farage, Return of the Nation State
11:45pm PANEL 2: THE END OF NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY?

Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Member States’ Veto Power: the Fundamental Safeguard of Sovereignty Under Threat From EU’s Creeping Centralization”
Hermann Tertsch, The European Uniparty Versus the People
Kinga Gal, The Inevitable Failure of European Federalism
Rob Roos, Erosion of National Democratic Process by Supra-National Technocracy

Chairman: Saurabh Sharma

1:00pm Lunch Break
1:45pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS 2
Suella BravermanThe Case For Leaving Strassburg
2:15pm PANEL 3: THE NATION STATE IN THE MULTICULTURAL AGE

David Engels, Why Should We Prefer Our Own Culture to Others’?
Stephen Bartulica, Yes to National Sovereignty, no to Big Government
Rod Dreher, Chaplains of Decline: The Church and Post-Christian Europe
Zsófia Tóth-Bíró, A ‘Multiculturalism’ That Functions: the Hungarian Way

Chair: Anne-Elisabeth Moutet

3:45pm Coffee Break
4:00pm PLENARY 2
Miriam Cates, Save the Children!
4:30pm PANEL 4: IN DEFENSE OF FARMERS, FOOD, AND ENERGY SECURITY

Helen O’Sullivan, Food and Energy Security
Patricia Chagnon, Farmers’ Movement in Europe
Ralph Schöllhammer, The Cultural Dimension of the War on Energy
Mick Hume, Why Farmers are in the Front Line of the Battle for Europe’s Future

Chairman: Jacob Reynolds

5:45pm SPECIAL GUEST
Cardinal Müller interviewed by James OrrFaith and the Futrue of Europe
6:15pm END OF DAY ONE
8:00PM VIP DINNER

James OrrNatCons: The True Europhiles
Frank Furedi, Welcome to the Culture War