Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda

Students for Liberty Burundi was started in 2015 by Aimable Manirakiza who was first introduced to the concept of a free society at an SFL meeting in Kenya in May 2015 where he was given the French version of the CD “Ideas for a Free Society” in both English and […]

The Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions Zimbabwe

The Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions (COMALISO) run by Rejoice Ngwenya ran a stand for four days at the Harare 2016 Book Fair again in 2017.  They were promoting the concepts of liberalism (European definition) and talking to students and others.  Also giving copies of the handbook  Know Your […]

Eritrea Students for Liberty

Eritrea is the 189th worst country in the world for doing business out of 190 listed on the World Bank Ease of Doing Business Index.  Also one of the poorest with GNI per capita at $591.  It is politically repressed with little hope of change at the moment but Students […]

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation, Ghana

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation (ILAPI), run by Peter Kwofie, is working to develop the African Journalists for Liberty (AJL) and started this year with an event in Ghana were more than 70% of the population listen to news everyday and there are 300 radio outlets as well […]

Caravan called “Freedom, a Remedy for Poverty”

The first step of the caravan called “freedom, a remedy for poverty”, organised by Audace Institut Afrique with the support of Network for free society, was held on 11th March 2017 in the youth council hall in Yopougon, a popular city in Abidjan. This caravan was attended by the communal […]

The Institute for Liberty and Policy Innovation (ILAPI-Ghana)

THE INSTITUTE FOR LIBERTY AND POLICY INNOVATION (ILAPI-GHANA) works to promote freedom and entrepreneurship in Ghana and has helped to promote free markets and entrepreneurship amongst youths and students in Sierra Leone. Participants have been inspired to take up entrepreneurship to create business opportunities for themselves.   The FREE MARKET […]

Students for Liberty Burundi

Students for Liberty Burundi are led by Aimable Manirakiza  who was first introduced to the concept of a free society at an SFL meeting in Kenya in May 2015 where he was given the CD “Ideas for a Free Society” in both English and French by Alex Njeru.   On returning […]