An Introduction to Free Society Values in D.R.Congo

Bindu Espoire from the D.R.Congo was inspired by the text of Foundations of a Free Society on the French edition of the CD ‘Ideas for a Free Society’, which he was given when first in contact with Students for Liberty. He became involved in the Burundi chapter of Students for […]

Kabul conference, Peace, Liberty and Prosperity

The Aelso Academy This is the latest program of the Afghanistan Economic and Legal Studies Organization which has 17 years experience of promoting a free society in Afghanistan. It started this summer and will work for the promotion and education of individual freedom, market economy, human rights, rule of law, […]

Armenian Liberty Student Organization

Now called the Center for Enterprise and Opportunity agreed to run a number of student seminars in 2018 based on the book Foundations of a Free Society by Eamonn Butler which they had already translated and published.  Unfortunately there are very few people with the knowledge and experience to facilitate […]

Indonesia: The Islamic Case for Religious Freedom

The 7th Annual International Islam and Liberty Network’s two day conference on the Islamic Case for Religious Freedom was held in Jakarta on 11th & 12th November 2019. The Islam and Liberty Network were partnered by Fatayat Nahdlatul Ulama, Indonesia; International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS); Malaysia Religious Freedom Institute, USA.

About 100 participated including 25 speakers and presenters from Indonesia, Pakistan, Finland, Malaysia, Australia, Iran, Tunisia, India, Bangladesh, Nepal and the USA. Topics included the keynote speech on Freedom of Religion and Apostasy: Issues, Responses and Developments, and sessions on The Theory and Theology of Religious Freedom; Religious Freedom and Constitutional Frameworks; Religious Freedom, Harmony and Inclusion; Blasphemy Law: Issues and Challenges; Religious, Political and Economic Freedom; Inter-relationships; Non-Muslims in Muslim Majority Countries and Muslim and non-Muslim relationships.

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 11th Annual Residential Workshop, in Khanaspur, Pakistan.

The institute organizes residential workshop for Pakistani youth every year at the hill station Khanaspur. This year the purpose of the workshop was for young people to learn the basis of a prosperous and responsible society. The program has been evolved over the last ten years and is now very popular with many applications to attend from young intellectuals even though everyone has to pay for part of the costs. The workshop provides an opportunity for the participants to learn about economic freedom as well as to network and take part in theatre, debates, discussion forums, and hiking in the beautiful valleys of northern Pakistan.

Economic Foundations for a Free and Prosperous Lebanon

Religious tensions are part of the daily life in Lebanon and those tensions often lead to direct confrontations between sects and religions. The purpose of this workshop is to promote Free Market Economics an engine of peace and prosperity since it has the ability to become the common denominator of […]