Africa Students For Liberty (ASFL) is an organization that promotes ideas of economic freedom to African students. It has an aim of develop a generation of Africans who advocate for individual and economic freedom.
The organization has 6000 members from 22 African countries. It also boasts 200 trained leaders who commit to a year-long engagement.
Late 2017, Africa Students For Liberty will be organizing 3 regional conferences that present an opportunity for young Africans to exchange ideas through debates, presentations and the networking platform availed.
The conferences will be themed, “Creating Wealth through Free Markets” and will be taking place in Nigeria, Tanzania and Kenya. The meet in Kenya will be on 14th October, at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).
Speakers lined up for the Nairobi conference include:
Tobias Alando – Head of Membership, Kenya Association of Manufacturers
Mike Rotich – Co-founder, East African Policy Centre
Attendance will be free. But spots are limited and only those registered will be able to secure their places. Registration is by this online form.