The Venetian Institute aims to provide solutions based on the principles of individual liberty, institutional integrity, free enterprise, limited government and commonwealth
The Venetian Institute aims to provide solutions based on the principles of individual liberty, institutional integrity, free enterprise, limited government and commonwealth Venetian Institute - Symbol: Winged Lion Venetian Institute: Individual Liberty, Institutional Integrity, Free Enterprise, Limited Government, Commonwealth   Venetian Institute - Motto: Pro Bono Publico
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"Pro Bono Publico"


We firmly believe the most effective solutions to current problems in the Venices* are drawn from those same values and principles - individual liberty, institutional integrity, free enterprise, limited government and commonwealth - which motivated with extreme success our Venetian Forefathers.


The Venetian Institute was founded in 2006 and is based in London (U.K.). Its mission is to assess the institutional, social and economic issues currently facing the Venices* and to generate solutions based on the traditional Venetian principles of free enterprise, institutional integrity, limited government, individual liberty and commonwealth. Every single issue is approached from an international point of view, and proposed solutions are based on in-depth research and analysis of successful foreign settings.

As part of its activities, the Venetian Institute publishes books, research papers, and short studies, prepared by its own experts or in collaboration with renowned foreign experts. With the aim of creating a lasting desire for reform, the Institute then actively promotes these publications by means of public debates, conferences, and mass- media appearances, and by direct mailing to journalists, academics, politicians, business people and the general public, in Venetia*.

Active participation in the consultation process or in political campaigns is not how the Venetian Institute operates; nor does it take a stand for or against any political party. On the contrary, the Institute is completely independent of any political party, religious or economic interest group. This independence is ensured, on one hand, by a conscious diversification in its base of financial support and, on the other hand, by the integrity of the members of its Board of Directors and its Advisory Council.


(*) For the purpose of the Institute's work, the words "Venices", "Venetia" and "Northeast Italy" are interchangeable, and are taken as meaning the historical Venices within Northern Italy - i.e. the current italian regions of Venezia Tridentina-Sud Tirol/Alto Adige, Venezia Euganea, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the current provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Cremona (i.e Venezia Orobica), and Mantua.