Since its inception in 2008, Students For Liberty has welcomed tens of thousands of liberty-minded students into our programs. These students have spearheaded liberty initiatives across every inhabited continent.
Many of these initiatives grew beyond the confines of universities and the Local Coordinator Program. We understand the challenges of navigating this next phase.
To assist you in navigating this next phase, Alumni For Liberty is eager to offer financial support, technical assistance, networking opportunities, and institutional connections for your liberty initiative.
Through the Leading Liberty Initiative, AFL will collaborate with alumni and alumni organizations to execute pro-liberty projects in their respective countries.
These initiatives encompass a wide range of areas, including political activism, public policy, international advocacy, and community empowerment, among others.
Whether you work as individuals or through grassroots organizations, NGOs, academic institutions, or social enterprises, if you have a strong track record of freedom-driven projects, we encourage you to submit your proposals. Collaborative initiatives involving partnerships between different stakeholders are highly encouraged.
Alumni → You need to be an Alumni from SFL, i.e., have been part of the Local Coordinators Program in the past years.
Liberty Initiative → Either as individuals or through their grassroots organizations, NGOs, academic institutions, and social enterprises with a strong track record of freedom-driven
Analysis → Proposals should align with AFL’s objectives and focus areas well-defined, feasible, and designed to create long-lasting benefits for the target beneficiaries.