Announcing the 2nd European Students For Liberty Conference
March 8-10 2013, University of Leuven (20 minute train ride east of Brussels)
Hosted by the Classical Liberal Students Association Leuven (LVSV)
European Students For Liberty is proud to present the second edition of the European Students For Liberty Conference at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. Join ESFL from Friday 8th ‘till Sunday 10th of March for a weekend of learning and fun! This event will be hosted by the Classical Liberal Students Association (LVSV) Leuven, winner of the 2012 Students For Liberty Student Organization of the Year Award. Click here for more information!
Why attend? By attending the conference, you will hear from top speakers in the movement, network with other pro-liberty students, discover countless opportunities for jobs, internships, conferences and seminars, and have a lot of fun with other students all the while.
This 3-day event will feature tremendous speakers, panels, and breakout sessions on the ideas behind a free society and the actions necessary to implement them. In addition, free meals and drinks at our evening social are also included with your registration. Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of the student movement for liberty in Europe!
Your registration fee includes:
- 3 days of great speakers in the liberty movement
- All meals provided
- Books, pamphlets, stickers, buttons, and much more free material to take back to your university
- Connect with liberty organizations and other students for liberty
- Information on internships, jobs, programs, seminars, and conferences
- Awesome socials
Early Registration, Ends November 15: 20 Euros (35 Euros Non-Student)
Standard Registration, November 16 – January 15: 30 Euros (45 Euros Non-Student)
Late Registration, January 16 – March 5: 40 Euros (55 Euros Non-Student)
Early Registration at a reduced fee ends on November 15, so don’t wait! Register now!
2011 ESFLC: The first edition of the ESFLC took place in November 2011 at the University of Leuven. The conference proved a huge success with over 220 attendees from 25 countries. The weekend presented the opportunity for young student leaders to get to know each other, learn more about the ideas of liberty and return home armed with resources and knowledge to grow the liberty movement in Europe. Notable speakers included Tom G. Palmer, Pierre Garello and Prince Michael of Liechtenstein.
About: The goal of the conference is to bring classical liberal/pro-liberty/libertarian students across Europe together, to exchange experience in campus activism, to train students through workshops, and help them grow the pro-liberty student movement in Europe. Workshops will be run by senior European and US liberty activists. In addition to workshops, the conference will also expose attendees to the ideas of great champions of liberty from all across Europe with lectures, speeches, and panels.