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, […]

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 […]

The Audace Institut Afrique

The Audace Institut Afrique is one of the most effective champions of freedom in Francophone sub-Saharan Africa.  They have many outreach projects within the country and also an important project on reinventing property rights but their director Gisele Dutheuil is also keen to help those in other countries.  During December […]

The Arab Center in Morroco

The Arab Center in Morroco has been extremely active throughout the MENA region during the last year arranging many events one of which took place on December 1st and 2nd, 2015.  A  specially selected group of young intellectuals from around the area gathered to discuss aspects of human liberty.  The […]


In November 2015 we were approached by Aimable Manirakiza of Students for Liberty in Burundi which is one of the world’s poorest nations and struggling to emerge from a 12 year, ethnic based civil war. People are desperate for a better life and SFL is offering them the solution of […]

CD, IDEAS FOR A FREE SOCIETY is now available in Arabic

The mini-library on CD, IDEAS FOR A FREE SOCIETY is now available in Arabic thanks to the great efforts of the Arab Center. 101 texts that explore and explain the principles and foundations of a free society will now be available to those who speak Arabic and who previously only […]


Congratulations to all involved in the recent SUMMER SCHOOL IN MALI   ” Principals and mechanism of Market Economy: African Zoom” Bamako 2-11 August 2105 36 dynamic civil society leaders were selected from 200 who applied for the interactive training which included exercises debates and reading circles.     It was […]


The CHEVAUCHEE FOUNDATION is working hard to provide opportunities for students in Namibia to learn about the creative power of freedom. The first run of their new books, Common Sense Economics by James Gwartney and The Law by Bastiat are on their way to the student reading clubs and they […]