The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration was the venue for the recent Adam Smith Forum in Moscow. It was organised by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and the Libertarian Party of Russia. There was a very good turnout and broad press coverage and the discussions centred around […]
The Morality of Capitalism was published in Iran through the commercial publisher Sargol in August 2012. The book was edited by Tom Palmer of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation and originally published under their auspices in conjunction with Students for Liberty. It was interpreted by Bardia Garshasbi and had a […]
Adedayo Thomas from AfricanLiberty.org (AfricanLiberty.org) introduced over 130 students to the working of capitalism and the beauty of liberalization as against regulations by government. He then explained about the mini-library on the CD and discussed Henry Hazlitt’s, “Economics in One Lesson” and “What is seen and What is not Seen” […]
Over 100 students answered the Alternate Solutions Institute (asinstitute.org) invitation to the Al-Hamra Hall at the University of Gujarat in Pakistan to explore and discuss “Ideas for a Free and Responsible Society”
60 MBA students at the Management College of South Africa listened intently as Leon Louw, Director of the Free Market Foundation (www.freemarketfoundation.com/), explained the true meaning of Liberty. He explored the principles of a free society and also was related it to their field of interest – Economics.
The Freedom Bus took our partners in Kyrgyzstan, the Central Asian Free Market Institute (Central Asian Free Market Institute),on a 30 day tour of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan stopping at pre-arranged places to hold seminars and discuss concepts of freedom.
The Freedom Institute Library (www.freedom-institute.org/)
in Jakarta is a place where young Indonesians interested in freedom come to study and the CDs are freely distributed to those who want to explore the contents