MELIMO, Language of Liberty, and Network for a Free Society

MELIMO, Language of Liberty, and Network for a Free Society

Quelimane, Mozambique was the venue for collaboration between MELIMO (Movement of Liberal Students) Language of Liberty and Network for a Free Society in January 2012. Manuel Araujo, the newly elected mayor, Henriques Viola, Glenn Cripe and Andy Eyschen attracted larger audiences than they had expected.  30 were expected the first day but 50 turned up, 70 on the second day and over 110 on the...

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Quelimane city

Following the event in Chimoio Henriques went to Quelimane city, where CEMO ran another event to introduce students and academicians to the CD/DVD. It took place at the Universidade Politecnica. The discussion was about “The Challenges and Prospects for Development of a Youth Entrepreneurship: The Case of the Zambezia Province”, with Manuel de Araujo (CEMOs Founder and President) and...

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Manicas Higher Polytechnic Institute

Manicas Higher Polytechnic Institute

Henriques Viola of Melimo, planned their second student event at the Manicas Higher Polytechnic Institute in Chimoio 1,200kms from Maputo and it took him 17 hours on a bus to reach it. There were more than 120 people, including university students, journalists, academicians, business men, politicians, young professionals, leaders of civil society organizations, and much more. During the event...

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Eduardo Mondiane University, Maputo

Eduardo Mondiane University, Maputo

Henriques Viola of CEMO a liberal student movement in Mozambique was keen to use the DVDs in Portuguese to make these liberal texts available to a wide audience in Mozambique. Their first event to introduce the CD and the ideas on it to students took place in December 2010 in the Eduardo Mondiane University, Maputo. There were 84 students present and the debate was about Monopoly vs Competition...

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