Join us at the Liberty English Camp!

Experience summer with freedom!

Are you passionate about liberty and want to meet more people like you? Do you want to conclude your summer in both pleasant and propitious way? Do you want to network with famous politicians, businesspeople, and academic experts? Do you enjoy nature and charming rural landscapes? Liberty English Camp has it all for you.

With us, you will get three intense days of lectures, debates and both formal and informal integration with people from all over the world – all in the beautiful surroundings of the Lesser Poland (Małopolska) region.

Liberty English Camps are organized every year in different parts of the world, attracting people interested in spreading or exploring the idea of liberty. During our seminars, we discuss issues such as freedom of trade and doing business, personal liberty, minimal government, entrepreneurship and responsibility which is inherently intertwined with freedom.

Below, you can see pictures and a video from our previous Liberty English Camps.


(All photos courtesy of Frytografia)

Basic info:

Where? Poland, Ponikiew (55 km from the Cracow Balice Airport – transport details below)
When? 9 August – 12 August 2018
The price? 115 EUR/465PLN
Payment options: PayPal for Euro or bank wire for PLN (you will receive all payment details upon submitting the application form)
What is included? Accommodation, two meals a day (breakfast and dinner), the conference program
Refund policy 70% of the registration fee returnable until 7 days before the event
Language: All program components are in English
Are there any scholarships? Yes! Ukrainian citizens can apply for a scholarship which will cover the registration fee. Click here or the button below in order to apply.
Deadline for applications: 31 July 2018





KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Lawrence Reed. He became president of FEE in 2008 after serving as chairman of its board of trustees in the 1990s and both writing and speaking for FEE since the late 1970s. Prior to becoming FEE’s president, he served for 20 years as president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Midland, Michigan. A champion for liberty, Reed has authored over 1,000 newspaper columns and articles and dozens of articles in magazines and journals in the United States and abroad. His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, USA Today, Baltimore Sun, Detroit News and Detroit Free Press, among many others. He has authored or coauthored eight books, the most recent being Real Heroes: Inspiring True Stories of Courage, Character and Conviction.


Jacek Spendel: Founder and President of the Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation. He is also European Programs’ Director at US-based Language of Liberty Institute. Jacek strengthened his management skills with Think Tank MBA and ATLAS Leadership Academy (2013). He practiced them in many projects, among them: organization of dozen Liberty English Camps, directorship at Polish-American Leadership Academy, production of 12-episodes of Freedom under Fire video series, and coordination of ESFL in Poland. He also used to run his own pizza business in Katowice. Currently he is busy with Project Arizona, internship-educational project for international students he runs in Phoenix.

Glenn Cripe: Founder and president of the Language of Liberty Institute. Since 2005, Glenn has brought LLI’s Liberty Camps and Seminars to over 3000 students in 28 countries, expanding his network of freedom fighters around the world. When not hosting Liberty Camps, Glenn recruits and develops new local partners, teachers, and donors for the Institute.
Glenn pursued a career in IT development, consulting, and training. He takes special pride in having helped organize the project to translate and publish the works of Ayn Rand into Russian in 1993 — the first time her works could be read in her native language.


Jan Kubań: President of the Polish-American Foundation for Economic Research and Education, an entrepreneur, a cybernetic specialist. Author of the book „Physics of life” and owner of an IT company.


Thomas Jacob: Founder and president of the Swiss Gold Coin Initiative Thomas Jacob is a pioneer libertarian in Switzerland since the early eighties. He has been involved in several Swiss political initiatives and the Think-tank Liberales Institut. As a former Swissair-pilot on intercontinental flights he witnessed worldwide developments firsthand and analyzed them from a distinctly Austrian perspective.

Marina Brierley (to be confirmed): A History and Philosophy graduate from the University of N.S.W. Marina initially worked as a computer programmer, first in Sydney then London. She later moved into education and taught History in an English Grammar school for many years; she is also qualified to teach English as a foreign language. She is the author of ‚Russian Roots’, a family history, chronicling the escape of her forbears from Stalin’s Russia – the former Soviet Union. She is of Russian heritage, Australian by birth and British by choice. Marina is deeply committed to individual freedom and the philosophy of liberty – the product of her background, research and extensive travel experiences.


Andy Eyschen: Andy is a co-founder and director of the Language of Liberty Institute. An Australian citizen, originally from Luxembourg, Andy currently works as a management consultant from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Andy’s special contribution to LLI and the Liberty Camps is his broad experience with consulting, development, and training programs.



Bill Wirtz: A political commentator and policy analyst from Luxembourg. His works have been featured in media outlets such as The Times, the Washington Examiner, Le Monde, Le Figaro, or the German newspaper Die Welt.


Damazy Podsiadło: Graduated from University of Wrocław, history major – specializing in history of warfare. Since 2017 a manager of a private medical clinic in Wałbrzych, Poland. A passionate speaker and engaging lecturer on various events, mixing disciplined and scientific approach to history; aiming to deliver crucial events along with wide context of times and situation. Favorite periods are ancient Rome and XX century, favorite topics are military history and geopolitics, past and present. Ideologically freedom-oriented in almost all things economic and social; but siding with political realism. Big fan of honest discussion on every topic.


Pedro Mutzig: Brazilian law student and a coordinator at Students for Liberty, having already served as a Programs Associate at the Foundation for Economic Education in Atlanta, Georgia, and as a Research Intern at the Cato Institute in Washington, DC. Pedro is involved in the libertarian movement since 2015, participating in social projects and training more than one hundred pro-liberty students through college clubs.


Neil Lock: He earned his degree from Cambridge University in Mathematics, but quickly decided that academe didn’t suit him, so he began a career in software development. He specializes in software testing, and prides himself on his ability to break code. One year, he took a leave from his work to ride a bicycle across North America. He also frequently finds time to teach at Liberty Camps, and has written and self-published two books: “Going Galactic” (a science fiction novel), and “Honest Common Sense” (liberal philosophy).



Tentative schedule:

9.00-10.00 – breakfast
9:00–10:00 – Breakfast
10:00–11:00 – Guest Speaker
11:00–14:15 – Lectures
14:15–16:30 – Mid-day break
16:30–19:00 – Workshops and discussions
19:00–20:00 – Dinner
20:00–21:00 – Student debates
21:00+ – Campfire, relax, movie

Transport details:

From the Cracow Balice airport:

There is no direct public transport route from the Cracow Balice Airport to Ponikiew, you will need to reach the Cracow main bus/train station first. Here is an offical transport information about train/bus connections between Cracow bus/train station and the Balice Airport.

From Cracow Railway/Bus station:


Participants will be staying in a comfortable and nicely located complex of summer houses, connected with a well-equipped conference and relax center (four people per house, with a possibility of housing another two people) All lectures will be conducted in the complex’ conference room.

Hotel address: Ponikiew 57, 34-100 Wadowice, Poland

Visit the center’s website by clicking HERE.

Enhance your liberty experience!

Want to continue your freedom experience after the Liberty English Camp 2018 is over? We invite you to participate in the Liberty International World Conference, taking place from 12 to 15 August in Cracow. You will have a chance to meet such giants of worldwide liberty movement as Hiroshi Yoshida, Ken Schooland or James W. Lark III. And Lawrence Reed will be there too! What’s more, after securing your tickets for the LIWC, you will get 10% discount for the Liberty English Camp!

All details and the registration for the conference can be found here.


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