Mannkal Foundation, Australia

The Mannkal Foundation (http://www.mannkal.org/)  were our main partner in Australia.  They bought 2000 copies in late 2009 and distributed the bulk of them in early 2010s sending them to all Western Australia state politicians, all Australian Federal Politicians, all Western Australia high schools and all libraries in Western Australia.  Subsequently […]

Nile Institute of Economic Studies

Progress Report in December 27th  2010 from the Nile Institute re the  Ideas for a Free Society project. “During the summer of 2010, the Nile Institute of Economic Studies was able to launch courses promoting democracy and entrepreneurship using a wide variety of texts that were made available through the […]

Creating Pathways to Prosperity seminars

Well attended  Creating Pathways to Prosperity seminars taken by Adedayo Thomas of AfricanLiberty.org were held in Uganda in November 2010 with 313 students at the two sessions at the Uganda Christian University on 26th. These seminars are put on because there are no existing classical liberal activities in African institutions […]

Azimut High School, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

“Why Burkina Faso needs more Freedom” was the topic of the first conference organised by CEDAH (Le Centre des Affaires Humaines) at the Azimut High School in Ouagadougou in January 2011. The speaker was Mahamadou Sinte, the Executive director of the first educational free-market public policy think tank in Burkina […]

University of Benin

The series “Creating the Pathways to Prosperity” was presented at  the University of Benin in July 2010 and 210 students signed up for it. This project was run by Adedayo Thomas, outreach director of AfricanLiberty.org, in conjunction with the International Policy Network and took place in 6 African English speaking countries […]

Capetown

Gareth Bloor from Capetown, South Africa, 22nd October 2009. 80 CDs have already been keenly accepted by the Black Management Forum (BMF), a civil society national organization in South Africa. It is a non-racial group with a large segment of the membership committed to free market economics. They were the […]

Ogun State, Nigeria

From Serfdom and Poverty to Freedom & Prosperity was the theme for an early seminar in 2012 at the Federal College of Education, Osiele, Ogun State, Nigeria where the text on the CD “Ideas for a Free Society” were used as the basis for the discussions. The mode of teaching […]

Essay Competition

Free Enterprise: The Precursor to Economic Prosperity was the topic of an essay competition in 2011 arranged in a collaboration between AfricanLiberty.org,  Campus Life, a section for students of the main English speaking newspaper in Nigeria the Nation,  and Network for a Free Society. This essay competition ended Friday 2, […]

Olumo Rock, Abeokuta, Nigeria

Congregating for the love of liberty – the ALSO Leadership Retreat discussed “Challenges and Way Forward” at Olumo Rock/King’s Palace Hotel, Abeokuta, Nigeria, December 14-15, 2011 History was made yesterday as 40 pro-liberty student leaders from institutions of higher learning in South-West Nigeria gathered for the first African Liberty Students’ […]

“Creating the Pathways to Prosperity” series, March to June 2010

“Creating the Pathways to Prosperity” series, March to June 2010 This project was run by Adedayo Thomas outreach director of AfricanLiberty.org in conjunction with the International Policy Network and took place in 6 African English speaking countries namely Nigeria, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Benin. Adedayo gave 5 reasons for […]