The Boris Nemtsov Foundation for Freedom (Bonn, Germany) and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, Office in Russia (Moscow, Russia) are organising Boris Nemtsov Forum 2019 held on October 9-10, 2019 in Warsaw.

The Boris Nemtsov Forum is one of the leading conferences which bring together Russian, European and American politicians, activists, intellectuals and journalists who share liberal values and have a strong interest in facilitating dialogue between global-minded Russians and Europeans. The Forum pays tribute to the legacy of Boris Nemtsov, former first Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian government and opposition leader, killed in 2015.

This year’s Forum discusses major fears which prevail in the Russian domestic policy, relations with neighbours and Russian-European dialogue. The Forum’s agenda includes two plenary sessions and nine panel discussions on the most pressing issues related to Russia.

The Forum is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland in the framework of the Public Diplomacy 2019 Program, the Polish-German Cooperation Foundation, the Polish-Russian Center for Dialogue and Cooperation, the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Warsaw, and the City of Warsaw.

Registration is closed.