2017 African Students for Liberty Regional Conferences

African Students for Liberty Regional Conferences 2017

Applications are now been submitted for the African Students For Liberty Regional Conferences 2017 , African scholars whom are eligible can apply for this program.

African Students For Liberty (ASFL) is thrilled to announce its 2017 Regional
Conferences between October and November 2017 with the theme “Creating Wealth through Free Markets” in Kenya, Nigeria, and Tanzania.

African Students For Liberty is a continent-wide organization that promotes the ideas of
individual and economic freedom to students across Africa, with a membership base of over
6,000 students and over 200 trained leaders who commit to a year-long engagement.
ASFL has its presence in 22 African countries, thus making it the largest libertarian
organization in Africa. Its mission is to identify, develop and support the next generation of
African advocates for individual and economic freedom.

The ASFL Regional Conference experience is one of its kind that cannot be matched by any
other student organization in the world. They present a weekend long of learning about the
classical liberal ideas from the best pro-liberty advocates in Africa, debates by participants,
presentations on our achievement in advocating for free markets and liberty this far,
networking between participants and socials where you get to make new friends!

ASFL have amazing speakers lined up for our conferences this year, some of which include:
Nigeria – Oluseun Onigbinde, co-founder BudgIT, Olumide Makanjuola, Executive Director
at The Initiative for Equal Rights, Timi Olagunju, Human Rights Lawyer, Chika Oduah,
award-winning Aljazeera Journalist, Maria Goretti-Ane, African Consultant for International
Drug Policy Consortium and many more.

 

Kenya – Tobias Alando, Head of Membership Kenya Association of Manufacturers, Mike
Rotich, Co-Founder of the Eastern African Policy Centre, Emeka Ezeugo, Founder of the
African Christians For Liberty, among many others.

Tanzania – Isack Danford, Founder of the Uhuru Initiative of Policy Education, Rejoice
Ngwenya, Director at the Coalition for Market and Liberal Solutions, Alex Njeru Co-Founder
of the Eastern African Policy Centre and more to be announced soon!

The conferences are absolutely free thus no entrance fee including refreshments! SFL swag
shall be available to the early birds! Space is very limited, so secure your spot by registering
for a conference near you today!
Participants are to register to attend any of these conferences below here:

  • Nairobi, Kenya – 14th October 2017 (Registration form)
  • Ibadan, Nigeria – 27th and 28th October 2017 (Registration Form)
  • Dar es Salaam, Tanzania – 4th November 2017 (Registration Form)
  • For more enquiries, contact Oluwafemi on: oogunjobi@studentsforliberty.org

For Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the 2017 African Students For Liberty Regional Conferences

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