Linus Okechukwu Unah Winner of the 2016 Rising Tide Foundation Essay Contest

The 2016 Rising Tide Foundation Essay Contest for African Undergraduates, was set up and managed by NFS and African Liberty Organisation for Development, ALOD, and won by Nigerian Linus Okechukwu Unah then in his last year as a journalism student.  His first prize was $1000 and a scholarship to the Liberty and Entrepreneurship Camp at […]

ALOD Distributs ‘Johhny Profit’ by Michael Malgeri

The African Libery Organisation for Development, ALOD runs effective students seminars in many East African countries and has recently been distributing the book ‘Johhny Profit’ by Michael Malgeri which is available for free download. “‘Johnny Profit’ bucks convention and takes the labels of guilt and greed out of honest profit making. It shows kids the […]

Winners of the Rising Tide Foundation Essay Contest

Winners of the Rising Tide Foundation Essay Contest for African Undergraduates promoted by the Nations Newspaper Nigeria. Managed by African Liberty Organisation for Development (ALOD) and supported by Network for a Free Society. 634 entries were received from 22 countries including Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Malawi, South Africa, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Uganda, Congo, Sudan, Egypt, […]

The Rising Tide Foundation

2016 ESSAY CONTEST FOR AFRICAN UNDERGRADUATES The Nation Newspaper, Nigeria, and African Liberty Organization for Development (ALOD) in collaboration Network for a Free Society (NFS), is calling for entries into the 2016 essay competition. Details are as follows:   Topic: Entrepreneurs are the creative force in the economy.  Is your government helping or hindering them? Participants […]

READ THE WINNING ESSAYS IN THE 2015 SUB-SAHARAN ESSAY COMPETITION FOR AFRICAN STUDENTS

“Government regulations and controls are the biggest threat to jobs in Africa today – Discuss.” For those who are interested to learn more about this subject for a very clear short article on The Principles of Job Creation by Mohammed Amin click here. Promoted by The Nation Newspaper, managed by African Liberty Organisation for Development […]

Winners of the 2015 Essay Competition for African Students

Winners of the 2015 Essay Competition by The Nation Newspaper and African Liberty Organisation for Development, powered by Network For a Free Society – click here to read the full report. A total number of 248 essays were received from Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi and Tanzania. The highest score is 82 % and […]

Winner of the Network for a Free Society Essay Competition 2014

Winner of the Network for a Free Society Essay Competition 2014, Adeloye Olanrewaju Samuel of  the Department of Physiology, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. Nigeria. He has this to say “ Nothing gladdens my mind like finally having a society that truly sings the song of my drought heart.  A heart that […]

Nigeria

Network for a Free Society has worked in Nigeria for some years with Adedayo Thomas the Outreach Director of  the AfricanLiberty.org.  In total we have supported him in distributing about 12,000 CD’s to students in many African countries, but most especially those in Nigeria where he is based.  This is done through seminars arranged in […]

A New Book on the Principles and Foundations of a Free Society

A new book on the principles and foundations of a free society was written by Eamonn Butler and produced last year by the Institute of Economic Affairs. It is called   ‘Foundations of a Free Society’  Since then it has been translated into probably 8 languages, been reproduced in an African version and is about to be […]