Liberty League Freedom Forum 2013

5 April 2013, 4.30pm
UCL School of Pharmacy, London, WC1N 1AX

The UK's largest pro-liberty student conference

The UK's largest pro-liberty conference is finally here. This year’s conference will be bigger and better than ever before, with internationally renowned speakers descending on London from all over the world. A vast array of speakers and topics will include legal expert Professor Randy Barnett on libertarian law, Professor Terence Kealey on "Innovation versus Leviathan", Peter Botting leading the public speaking workshop, Dr Tim Evans on anarcho-capitalism, Linda Whetstone on liberty movements around the world, along with the Institute of Economic Affairs' Mark Littlewood, and author JP Floru (to name just a few).

The previous conferences have been sell-out events, and this year’s Freedom Forum is expected to be no different, so click here to book.

Dates: 
Friday 5th April – Sunday 7th April
 
Prices: 
£35, including meals, WITH accommodation for the weekend: SOLD OUT
£25, including meals, WITHOUT accommodation
 

Other confirmed speakers and topics so far include:
 
Steve Baker MP, Member of Parliament for Wycombe
 
Sam Bowman, Research Director at the Adam Smith Institute, and winner of this year’s “Liberal Voice of the Year” award, speaking on “Are you a Bleeding Heart Libertarian?”
 
Douglas Carswell MP, Member of Parliament for Clacton, and author of “The End of Politics and the Birth of iDemocracy”, on “Innovation versus Leviathan”
 
Dr Steve Davies, Education Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, on “Health Costs: Always Up?”
 
Dr Kevin Dowd, the UK’s expert on competing currencies and free banking, and author of “The Alchemists of Loss”, on “Free Banking and Currency Reform”
 
Abebe Gellaw, exiled Ethiopian journalist and freedom activist, on “Out-Innovating Dictatorship”
 
Brendan O’Neill, editor of Spiked Online, and columnist for The Daily Telegraph
 
Professor Mark Pennington, Professor of Public Policy and Political Economy at King’s College London, and author of “Robust Political Economy”, on “What is Free Market Environmentalism?”
 
Dr Anders Sandberg, the James Martin research Fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University, on “Innovation versus Leviathan”
 
Alex Singleton, former journalist for the Daily Telegraph, and media consultant, on “How to be a Journalist”
 
Chris Snowdon, Director of the Lifestyle Economics Unit at the Institute of Economic Affairs, and author of “Sock Puppets: How the government lobbies itself and why”, on “Are you paying for Prohibition?”
 
Wolf von Laer, chairman of European Students for Liberty will lead an “Activism and Campaigning Workshop”
 
Mark Wallace, Libertarian Blogger (http://crashbangwallace.com), will lead a “Public Affairs and Communication Workshop”

Dr Richard Wellings, Deputy Editorial Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, and author of “Which Road Ahead – Government or Market”, on “Is Infrastructure a Special Case?”

 
Dr Jamie Whyte, former lecturer in Philosophy at Cambridge University, author of “Bad Thoughts”, and famously one of F.A. Hayek’s defenders in the BBC’s Keynes vs. Hayek radio debate, on “Evidence-based policy or policy-based evidence?”

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