Podgorica, ME – Global Communication Network is thrilled to announce the official partnership with Atlas Network. Atlas Network is a nonprofit organisation connecting a global network of more than 475 free-market organisations in over 90 countries to the ideas and resources needed to advance the cause of liberty. The network increases global prosperity by strengthening a network of independent partner organisations that promote individual freedom and are committed to identifying and removing barriers to human flourishing.
Global Communication Network (abb. GCN) is an independent and privately funded non-governmental organisation based in Montenegro. It was founded as the joint organisation of The Lucha Institute, The Free Society Institute and members of The Naiad Centre in 2019. The organisation is specialised in researching and communicating ideas that enhance the performance of the cooperation between the private and public sector.
“It is a wonderful moment for our organisation. We are honoured to be the first and only organisation from Montenegro to become an official partner of the Atlas Network. It, also, binds us to make additional efforts in creating an environment for a free, responsible and prosperous society.” – said Slobodan Franeta, chairman of the Global Communication Network
Members of the Global Communication Network advocate open dialogue among different intellectual views, thus questioning our understanding of the issues and challenges of modern societies, albeit their system of the principles and values is rooted in the classical liberalism. Our experts and members are individuals from the world of business, politics or academia who invest valuable efforts and devotion in empowering the next generation of independent leaders and thinkers.
The fundamental mission of the organisation is to ensure the development of the free, responsible and prosperous society. To achieve it, the organisation focuses on following activities: i) Empowering the new generations of leaders and thinkers through The Lucha Economic Forum, ii) Improving research capabilities and resources available to our members, and iii) Enhancing the communication between the private and public sector.