A convention from Drunemeton Micro-Nation of Indigenous Peoples hopes to attend MicroCon 2023 EU, a gathering of some of the world’s most influential and important micronations.
From the MicroCon 2023 website:
MicroCon is a biennial meet-up for micronationalists of all ages from around the world, where they can share knowledge and learn about the various aspects of nation-building. In 2023, there will be 2 events: one in Chicago (US) and one in Ypres (EU).
MicroCon, an abbreviation for ‘Micronation Conference’, originally started in the USA in 2015.
2023 is the first time that two events will be held in one year – one in the USA in July, and one in Belgium in August.
The EU conference will be held from 11th to 13th August 2023, with the main events, conference day and diplomatic reception and dinner, occurring on Saturday 12th August.
Drunemeton Micro-Nation of Indigenous Peoples is currently crowdfunding to enable sending a convention of two founder-members to MicroCon 2023 EU.
We aim to attend MicroCon 2023 EU as a fact-finding mission, in order to explore the experiences of other micronations and the benefits of micronations for individuals and communities, and to communicate with other similar-minded micronations, in order to explore the possibility of signing treaties with them for mutual benefit to both Drunemeton Micro-Nation and those micronations.
Please consider donating to our crowdfunding initiative to enable our convention to attend MicroCon 2023 EU.
MicroCon 2023 EU will be co-hosted by The Royal Republic of Ladonia and The Grand Duchy of Flandrensis.
The Royal Republic of Ladonia
“We are built on freedom of speech and expression. We believe art, creativity, and open discussion are necessary components of society. What began as an effort to protect a sculpture is now, 25 years later, a nation of more than 28,000 non-resident citizens who share a desire for a free society where art and expression are valued and encouraged.”
The Grand Duchy of Flandrensis
“Flandrensis is a micronation with claims over some islands in Antarctica, which was founded in 2008. Flandrensis is not recognized by any country nor is it our intention to be recognized as a one. As an environmental nonprofit organization our message is more important than our self-declared sovereignty.”