Uganda and the power of ideas

The President of Ladies of Liberty Alliance-Uganda speaking about the need to educate and empower women with knowledge of Property Rights,free trade,Civil Society and entrepreneurship. Nesige Claire Kisakye told students how it was very hard for to understand the libertarian message of free trade,limited government and property rights until when […]

Exploring the concepts of a free society in Zimbabwe

1000 copies of the classical liberal mini-library on CD  Ideas for a Free Society were sent to Rejoice Nwenja in Zimbabwe to give students there some access to these texts so they could learn more about the creative power of freedom. They were stopped at the customs but eventually arrived […]

How much choice for students in South Sudan?

The Student’s Organization for Liberty and Entrepreneurship, (SOLE) conducted a training in Yambio, South Sudan on academic liberty and mentorship in June 2019. 76 students, 28 boys and 48 girls took part in a debate on whether you should be able to choose your own career or someone else should […]

Caravan of Freedom in Ivory Coast Succeeds Despite Disruptions

The Audace Institute Afrique believes that freedom is the solution to poverty which was the message of their 2019 Caravan to five different towns in the Ivory Coast in May 2019.  There was an emphasis on the responsibility that citizens must take in building a better society.  The workshops started […]

Education Week in Ghana, 2019

Organized by the Institute for Liberty & Policy Innovation (ILAPI)   11th – 15th July 2019. Three events were arranged to educate as many people as possible about basic economics and the economic opportunities that come with the philosophy of liberty. A day long Young Leadership Colloquium was held for the […]

Liberty Sparks and the Tanzanian Learning Week 2019

An action packed week was organised in June by Evans Exaud and the Liberty Sparks team. The week started with Media training with 200 applicants for 30 places.  20 were selected because of their radio and TV experience and 11 were journalists and students of journalism  who have shown interest […]

CDE Great Lakes. Burundi, Rwanda and D.R Congo 2019

Intensive training 30 students and separately 25 journalists Extensive Business  etc 120 Media 18 on radio and TV. The Francophone Symposium was a series of two-day roundtables where the motto was the interactivity between minds engaged in promoting and defending the ideas of freedom and responsibility in Francophone Africa in […]

The Great Free Market Event in Tanzania

The Free Market Great Debate is the first ever libertarian contest in Tanzania, designed to input free-market ideas to university students and give them a unique opportunity to debate issues and views around the theme of “morality of capitalism” based on the book edited by Dr Tom Palmer and published […]

The Challenges in South Sudan

Security in South Sudan is extremely challenging, per capita income is $182 pa and it is the 187th most difficult country in the world in which to do business. John Mustafa created the Students Organisation for Liberty and Entrepreneurship believing that rule of law, protection of private property, free speech […]

A New Chapter in the Effort to Promote Freedom in Uganda

Having successfully started Students for Liberty chapters in a number of universities in Uganda Mugabi Socrates has now set up Action for Liberty and Economic Development, ALED which has been interacting energetically with a wider audience during 2018 its start up year. In the last 9 months Mugabi has spoken […]