Worldwide network of pro-liberty students and student organizations
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  • FreedomPedia
  • Students for Liberty

    Students For Liberty (SFL) is an American libertarian non-profit organization whose stated mission is "to provide a unified, student-driven forum of support for students and student organizations dedicated to liberty". Formed in 2008 after a meeting at which students shared ideas and experiences about libertarian student groups, SFL has since grown into a full organization with various programs and a network of affiliated student groups.

    Home Page

    A Free Academy, A Free Society
    Sections include: blog, FAQ, event, activism programs, Liberty 101 (online course), webinar archive, virtual reading groups and literature

    Address

    Washington, DC

    Mission

    About | Students for Liberty
    "Our mission is to educate, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders of liberty. ... We accomplish this through a strategy of empowerment, identifying the top student leaders and training them to be agents of change in their communities."

    Staff and Associates

    George B. N. AyitteyBoard of Advisors
    David BoazBoard of Advisors
    Gary Earl JohnsonBoard of Advisors
    James W. Lark, IIIBoard of Advisors
    John MackeyBoard of Advisors
    Lawrence ReedBoard of Advisors

    Audio

    NewThe Libertarian Student Movement, by Wolf von Laer, Aaron Powell, Caleb Brown, Free Thoughts, 17 Feb 2017
    Interview with Wolf von Laer, CEO of Students for Liberty, to discuss the status of the liberty movement on college campuses
    "To answer your question, Students for Liberty is a worldwide active organization that focuses on empowering the next generation of leaders of liberty. What does that mean? So, we are really reaching out to students here in the United States and across the world who are interested in classical Libertarian thoughts. ... And once we identify these people, we're going to train them more in how to do advocacy. How to be a good Libertarian, but also how to reach out to others and organize events. So, just last year alone, we had 98 conferences all around the world with 20,000 attendees."

    The introductory paragraph uses material from a Wikipedia article, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.