The Book Capital of Armenia

In 2012 Yerevan was recognized as the Book Capital of Armenia which greatly raised the status of reading in this country.  This was reflected in book reading that was open to the public, reading evenings etc so the Armenian Liberty Students Organization decided to make use of this cool trend […]

‘Liberty School’ at Aksaray University, Turkey

The Association for Liberal Thinking held a well attended ‘Liberty School’ at Aksaray University, Turkey in November 2013 which was well attended.  One of the sessions was taken by Volkan Ertit form the Faculty of Science and Literature.  In it he explained the texts, ideas and concepts they would find […]

Armenian Students for Liberty’s 1st Annual Conference

Armenian Students for Liberty’s 1st Annual Conference and Pre-Conference Essay Contest Award enjoyed a full house. They were fortunate to have a large group of well known experts in their respective fields participate in our conference. These included Glenn Cripe, Andy Eyschen, who already know Armenia well and Ilia Meshvildishvili, […]

Turkey

Professor Atilla Yayla who co-founded the Association for Liberal Thinking in Ankara http://www.liberal.org.tr/ was one of the inspirations for the CD.  He has been organising the translation and publication of classical liberal texts into Turkish since the early 1990’s because he realised that without access to them it would be […]

ALT Report July 2013

ALT Report July 2013  1.    Essay Contest: This year ALT has decided the topic of ALT’s 2013 Student Essay Contest as “How can Poverty be Diminished? How is Wealth Created?” Students are asked in the announcements to refer to the Values of Free Society CDs or its web site www.ozgurtoplumundegerleri.com […]

Events of the Libertarian party of Russia.

The CDs in Russian continue to be distributed along with libertarian books at the events of the Libertarian party of Russia.           In February 2013 they debated  a Liberty Reform Program.                       Later in March the […]

Armenian Essay Competition

Hosted by the Armenian Students for Liberty and Network for a Free Society in collaboration with the Youth Network of the South Caucasus, the essay competition is open to all young professionals, recent university graduates, and fourth-year undergraduate students from Armenia.  Submissions are limited to one per person.   Applicants are […]

Hungary

The Free Market Foundation was established in Hungary in 2012 and its director is Zoltan  Kesz.  They have a blog and have been carrying out translations as well as working with students who Zoltan says are really  grateful and appreciative of free market ideas.  Whenever they have groups of students […]

March 2013 Seminar

Malatya,  eastern Turkey was the venue for a seminar run by the active 3 H Hareketi movement of young classical liberals in March 2013.  The sessions were led by Dr Bilal Sambur who is Director of the Center for Studies on Religion and Freedom at the Assocation for Liberal Thinking in […]