Language of Liberty and AfricanLiberty.org came together at Lagos State University, April 11th to 16th 2011 and the topic was Free Enterprise and Morality.  The Smith Family Foundation, Network for a Free Society and African Liberty Students Organisation were also involved. (http://www.facebook.com/AfricanLibertyStudents) Glenn Cripe of Language of Liberty (http://languageoflibertyinstitute.org/) wrote […]

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 […]

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”, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Zimbabwe

Rejoice Ngwenja is a journalist and commentator in Zimbabwe.  He is a long time defender of markets and runs COMALISCO,  the Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions.  They organise policy and free market forums and essay competitions. In December 2009 he  received  a package of CDs to give to those […]

American University in Afghanistan

The library of the American University in Afghanistan took 2000 of the CDs in English and said that eventually they hoped to document every individual selection into their catalog so people would be directed to the CD if they searched for any author or title on it. All instruction at […]

Central Asian Free Market Institute

Our partners in Kyrgyzstan are the Central Asian Free Market Institute (CAFMI) which is an independent, nonprofit, non-governmental think tank, founded in April 6, 2009, with offices in Bishkek and Dushanbe.  Their activities include Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan and their aim is to become a major research center for Central […]

The Freedom Bus

In 2011, our partners in Kyrgyzstan, the Central Asian Free Market Institute, equipped a bus, The Freedom Bus, and spent 30 days on a tour of towns in Kyrgyzstan, Takikistan and Kazakhstan stopping at pre-arranged places to hold seminars and discuss the concepts of freedom with those who had come to […]

Al Farabi University and KZ University

After the Language of Liberty camp Glen Cripe and Andy Eyschen held a seminar with business and economics students at both the Al Farabi University and the KZ University. They spoke to each group for about an hour, mostly about Bastiat and Hayek, and gave them the CDs. Plus, as […]