Strengthening our external relations

Intensa labor de relaciones externas de la FundaciónThe Foundation for the Advancement of Liberty is currently strengthening its external relations activity. Once our headquarters have been properly equipped, the number of visitors received is rapidly increasing. The Foundation’s office serves as the domicile for the incubated associations as well.

From top to bottom the pictures attached show the presidents of the Dutch and Spainsh libertarian parties, Robert Valentine (left) and Daniel Martínez (who is a member of the Council of the Foundation); the Foundation’s chairperson Roxana Nicula (right), with representatives of Students for Liberty: Carlos Tuñón (President for Spain) and Irune Ariño; and finally the chairperson and secretary-general Juan Pina (third from the left) with prominent entrepreneurs Ron Manners (second) from Australia and John Chisholm (fourth) from the United States. Manners, foudner of the prestigious Mannkal Economic Education Foundation, is a member of the Atlas Network board.

Last week José Antonio Peña Ramos, a member of the Council of the Foundation and a professor of Political Science at Seville’s Pablo de Olavide University, has recently represented the Foundation at a roundtable on democratic participation organized by Students for Liberty (SFL) at the Rafael del Pino Foundation’s auditorium en Madrid. The Foundation deems it essential to support SFL and other youth and students’ organizations in their campaign for economic and personal freedom.

Observatory of Liberty

Observatorio de la LibertadThe Foundation for the Advancement of Liberty has started to produce the Observatory of Liberty, a brief weekly space within Radio Inter’s Ya es domingo program. The said program is a national radio broadcast directed and presented by well-known journalist Almudena Negro. The Observatory of Liberty, which is written and recorded by the Foundation, is a libertarian glance at the world, and it will report every week on situations of major advancement or setbacks for the cause of economic and personal freedom around the world. Because 2017 marks one hundred years of the Russian Revolution, a special emphasis will be made on the communist regimes still existing. The first Observatory, which was broadcast on Sunday 19th of March, focused on the current repression of freedom in China. The program can be tuned on Sundays from 9 PM onwards.

Listen to the Observatory of Liberty’s broadcasts (Spanish)

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