In an attempt to better share our current activities with our network, SFL is beginning an SFL Around the World blog post series. At the beginning of each month, each region will post an update to their regional blog page to share their current activities. Please stay tuned for more updates next month!
The year 2016 is shaping up to be a great one for Australia and New Zealand Students For Liberty.
Hot off a very successful Liberty Fest in New Zealand, a one-day event in which over 50 people came out to learn and discuss the ideas of liberty in Wellington, SFL New Zealand is off to a kickin’ start.
The conference, led by Andie Moore and Aidan Carter, executive board members of ANZSFL, gathered professors, students, and entrepreneurs excited about bringing social change and more liberty to Kiwis around the country.
The goal going forward will be a focus on starting clubs at universities around the country and a renewed End the Drug War campaign thanks to resources from SFL International activists.
In other news, the latest ANZSFL Executive Board is set to meet on the weekend of February 6-7 in Sydney, Australia to carve up their strategies for spreading the message of liberty in the coming months. They’ll hear presentations and have discussions on working with coalition groups, communications, campaigns, education, and how to build and sustain pro-liberty clubs on campus.
Speaking of which, more groups than ever are joining ANZSFL’s network, with another slated to be started at Notre Dame University in Sydney along with an ever-more active group in Perth, all the way on the western coast!
Activists are now set to ready up for Orientation Week, the first week of university when students seek to join clubs, and they’ll be sure to have a strong libertarian presence on campus!