LIBERTY LEAGUE FREEDOM FORUM 2015
March 27th- 29th : New Hunt's House : King's College London
Join the UK's Largest Gathering of Pro-Liberty Students and Young Professionals!
Now in its fith year, Freedom Forum is the conference for classical liberals, libertarians, and anyone supporting free markets, an open society and individual liberty.
Panels and seminars with leading academics, activists and professionals will discuss key areas of contemporary libertarian debate, with sessions for everyone from the new and curious to even the most seasoned liberty-lover.
Training sessions will cover topics from public speaking and journalism skills to student activism, with evening socials providing the perfect place to get to know some of the hundreds of other like-minded attendees.
A ticket to Freedom Forum starts at just £25, and covers speaker sessions, food, drink, and evening socials. Hostel accommodation tickets are available for those between the ages of 18 and 30.
Liberty League is a network for students and professionals committed to the promotion of freedom. We bring together individuals from across the intellectual and political spectrum, helping to inform, recruit and develop supporters of liberty.
Our role in the young libertarian movement has been covered by publications such as the International Business Times and The Economist .
Sessions at Freedom Forum cover everything from civil liberties and bitcoin to moral philosophy and monetary policy.
New names are being added all the time, so watch this space!
Director of the Adam Smith Institute
Executive Editor of City AM
Professor of Public Policy and Political Economy, KCL
Fellow, the Young Foundation
Senior Lecturer in Technology at The Open University
Author and fellow at the Finance Innovation Lab
COO of Eris Industries
Community Guardian for Wordpress and Automattic
Lecturer in Politics and Contemporary History, KCL
Research Director at the Adam Smith Institute
Professional Speaker Coach
Director, Big Brother Watch
Conference tickets are heavily subsidized to allow for the widest possible participation. Without the generosity of our sponsors, Freedom Forum would not be possible.
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