Alternatíva k Európe, založenej na ekonomických kritériách a centralizovanej byrokracii, existuje: je to Európa ľudí a národov založených na spoločnej identite reprezentovanej kresťanskými hodnotami. Multikulturalizmus a kozmopolitanizmus musí byť v kontraste s univerzalizmom Katolíckej cirkvi a s hodnotami, ktoré predstavuje. Ide o spiritualitu, ktorá je lemovaná konzervatívnymi myšlienkami v politickej a kultúrnej sfére založenými na obrane identity, rodiny, náboženstva a tradícií. Neuzatvára sa však pred výzvami budúcnosti v znamení „nových ideí inšpirovaných nemennými princípmi."
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Rising star of Italian political thinking. Public intellectual, founder of conservative movement Nazione futura, commenting recent political and cultural challenges of Europe. According to Forbes, he is one of the most influencing member of young Italian generation. In his lecture: Why is conservativism the future for young people and Europe? he is going to name recent challenges for Europe and Central Europe region, and the ways confronting them. In his book ,,The History of Eropean Conservative Thought" he discusses challenges which nowadays confront conservativism.
Miriam Lexmann (KDH/EĽS) is a Member of the European Parliament. Her priorities include the protection of freedom, democracy and human dignity in Slovakia, the European Union and the world. She is a member of the EP Committee on Foreign Affairs, the Subcommittee on Security and Defence and the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs. She is also a member of the Delegation for relations with Belarus and of the Delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly for cooperation with the Eastern Partnership countries. She is one of the founding members and co-chair of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC), as well as of the Hong Kong Informal Group for the Protection of Freedom and the United For Ukraine Working Group. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Tuneg, Puchik and Tesar Foundation and a member of the Board of the Forum for Life. She has worked extensively on issues of child and youth safety on the internet and new technologies, with an emphasis on artificial intelligence, where she ensures that the human being and their welfare is always at the centre. She is working to improve the status of carers and better care for the elderly as well as the socially or medically disadvantaged. Prior to her election to the European Parliament, she worked in the field of democracy promotion as Director of the European Office of the International Republican Institute. Prior to that, she worked in diplomacy as Permanent Representative of the Slovak Republic to the EU as well as in other advisory positions within the European Parliament and the Council of Europe.
Samuel Trizuljak studied political science and history at the universities of Cambridge, Oxford and Heidelberg. His interest in the history of Catholic thought is further developed as a PhD student at Charles University in Prague. As a lecturer he cooperates with the Ladislav Hanus Society and the Anton Neuwirth College. As a speechwriter, he has worked for several politicians, most recently for the Minister of Defence Jaroslav Naď. His book At Height to Depth: 33 Advice to Faithful Students in Bratislava, Oxford or elsewhere was published in September 2021.