Students for Liberty projects seek support

29 Feb
Local projects run by chapters of Students for Liberty from around the globe are nominated for awards at the international Students for Liberty conference.

Most of the nominees attend the conference held in Washington, D.C., and some stay in the U.S. As tourists for a week or two after.

One SFL student, the Ukraine’s Oleg Sirenko, is traveling through the mid-Atlantic and northeast for 10 days, in Washington, D.C., Monday, February 29 and Boston and New York in March.  If you’d like to meet him and hear about the Liberty Classes project in the Ukraine, which the organizers seek to expand into Russia and Bylorussia contact him:  osirenko@studentsforliberty.org .

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2016 Students for Liberty project nominees

Student of the Year
  • Anna Shnaidman — Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
  • Cory Massimino — Seminole State College (USA)
  • Fernando Moreno — Universidad Santa María (Ecuador)
  • Julio Lins – Universidade do Estado do Amazonas (Brazil)
  • Louis Lo – University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  • Yeonmi Park – Columbia University (USA/North Korea)
Event of the Year
  • El Toborochi y la Libertad — Universidad Santa Cruz (Bolivia)
  • Debate to Decriminalize Prostitution — Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
  • Gustavo Franco lecture — DCE Ibmec (Brazil)
  • Liberal Youth Seminar (Hong Kong)
  • Liberty Classes — Kyiv National Economic University (Ukraine)
Student Group of the Year
  • Ajuricaba – Manaus, Amazon (Brazil)
  • Eagles for Liberty — Florida Gulf Coast University (USA)
  • EsLibertad Venezuela — Universidad Central de Venezuela (Venezuela)
  • Maastricht Students For Liberty — Maastricht University (Netherlands)
  • Students for Individual Liberty — University of Virginia (USA) 

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