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Forum on the World Economic Order

The Forum on the World Economic Order (WEO), based in Washington, DC, is part of an initiative by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom to establish regional hubs of expertise on pressing international issues. The Forum fosters dialogue among political, business, and scientific multipliers by encouraging increased mutual understanding within the global economic landscape. The objective of the Forum is to facilitate a transfer of experiences among experts from non-governmental organizations, international associations, political parties, and think tanks, in order to develop innovative and mutually beneficial policy solutions. Areas of interest for the Forum on the World Economic Order include: free trade, tax policy, consumer protection, start-up culture, human rights and labor, data privacy and digitalization, immigration and integration, and labor mobility.

Protecting Free Trade from Protectionism

The FNF Forum on the World Economic Order launched its first program in July, a six-day study tour focused on the state of free trade in light of increasing protectionist rhetoric around the world. The Forum welcomed six trade experts from Germany, Lebanon, Pakistan, Serbia, Slovakia, and South Africa to Washington, DC to meet with U.S. trade policy professionals in the private sector, NGOs, think tanks, and government.