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Freedom Forum: 1st – 3rd April 2011

March 16th, 2011 Posted in Liberty League, UK Politics by

Last month Students for Liberty, an organisation that seeks to support student groups that hold a wide-range of philosophical beliefs that all share an underlying dedication to liberty, hosted the 4th Annual International Students For Liberty Conference at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Founded in 2008, it’s not hard to see why this organisation has grown. The excellent attendance (500+ delegates increased from around 300 in 2009) shows that the liberty movement in the United States is thriving in the face of widespread dissatisfaction with the jaded left-right dichotomy. But it’s not just that. This organisation is incredibly high quality, run for student, by students. It began with pure energy and has gathered momentum ever since. I had the pleasure of attending ISFLC and it was the most invigorating experience in my time as an activist. The quality of the sessions and debate was excellent. The atmosphere was electric. Aside from hosting Conferences, SFL distributes literature and support for pro-liberty groups across the United States and international partner organisations through its network of some of the most competent and dedicated student organisers I have ever had the pleasure to work with.

One of those organisers is Anton Howes, a student at King’s College, University of London and a member of the incoming SFL Executive Board. Along with Will Hamilton and James Lawson he has founded the UK Liberty League, a non-partisan organisation that seeks to further the pro-liberty network in the UK.

On the 1st to the 3rd of April, the Liberty League have organised the first annual Freedom Forum. If you are a likeminded student, professional or academic, this is an event you can’t afford to miss. Book your ticket now, spread the word and be part of enriching the liberty movment here in the UK.

One Response to “Freedom Forum: 1st – 3rd April 2011”

  1. Liberty X Says:

    If you’re looking for liberty events to attend you should check out PorcFest held in New Hampshire http://freestateproject.org/festival/