Top international speakers join line up for Freedom Forum 2014

Join us for Freedom Forum 2014, the UK’s largest gathering of pro-liberty students and young professionals!

Friday 11th April 7pm – Sunday 13th April 5pm

This week saw Liberty League unveil top international speakers for Freedom Forum 2014, the UK's largest conference for pro-liberty students and young people.

In just over a month’s time 250 students will be welcoming Americans Cody Wilson, inventor of the first 3D printed gun, who will speak on how technology can advance liberty, Tom G. Palmer, author and Senior Fellow at the libertarian think tank Cato Institute, who will debate the morality of capitalism, and Ted Malloch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Global Fiduciary Governance, who will give a talk on his latest book The End of Ethics and the Way Back.

From the continent we will be welcoming Belgian philosopher Philippe Van Parijs to give us his take on a libertarian welfare state, and Austrian School economist and author of Paper Money Collapse, Detlev Schlichter. That’s not forgetting the IEA’s very own Mark Littlewood, Steve Davies and Chris Snowdon.

Aside from talks on economics, philosophy, public policy, politics and history, there will be training sessions in journalism from the Managing Editor of City AM Marc Sidwell, and a public speaking workshop from Peter Botting.

Be sure to buy a ticket soon, because with a line up like that there aren’t going to be any left!

The tickets are a mere £29 including all the talks, food, drink, and evening socials, or £39 with hostel accommodation.

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