Anis Bachir: Freedom Of Expression Under Attack In Algeria

 I believe that the decline of Algeria from Partly Free to Not Free in the world press freedom index is strongly due to restrictions placed on the media in recent years. A lot of laws imposed content limitations on privately owned broadcasters, and government agencies withdrew advertising from media outlets that covered opposition parties. Foreign journalists were […]

Allan Sentamu: Improving Land Management In Uganda For Economic Growth

 In Uganda, around 20 percent of the total land is registered, which is higher than the average level of 10 percent for sub-Saharan African countries. However, the current system of land tenure makes it difficult to transform land uses to spur higher levels of productivity and hence a slow progress in development. This kind of […]

Apply To Join African Students For Liberty Local Coordinator Program

 Are you a current post-secondary student or recent graduate (not later than three years) and based in any country in Africa? Are you passionate about the concept of liberty? Would you love to join the largest network of young people in Africa and around the world advocating for a freer and better world? If yes, […]

Herman Mashaba: Building a cleaner and better Joburg together

 If we are to turn Johannesburg as a whole into a city that works, we must start with ourselves. We must take ownership of our city. We will achieve this when we start in our streets and keep our communities clean by working together. One of the first things I notice wherever I travel is […]

Property Rights In Nigeria: An Untapped Tool For Economic Growth

  “… Law, Liberty and Property are an inseparable Trinity.” – Friedrich Hayek. There are three dimensions to property rights, they are: 1) legal and political environment, 2) physical property rights and, 3) intellectual property rights. The dimension which I will elaborate on and discussed in this article is the physical property rights. Property rights here can […]

Is Nigeria’s School Feeding Programme Sustainable?

 By Timothy Morenikeji Recently, the Federal Government of Nigeria’s Home Grown School Feeding Programme (HGSFP) which aims at feeding 3million school children nearly hits bullseye. This scheme was launched as a fulfillment of President Buhari’s campaign promises.  As at August 2017, the Federal Government had spent N6.2billion on this initiative in 14 states during the just-ended school year. More […]

VACANCY: African Programs Associate at Students For Liberty

 Students For Liberty (SFL) is the largest libertarian student organization in the world with student leaders spanning well over 100 countries on every inhabited continent. Our mission is to educate, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders of liberty. We accomplish this through a strategy of empowerment, identifying the top student leaders and training […]

Register Now For African Students For Liberty Regional Conferences in Nigeria, Kenya and Tanzania

 Students for Liberty is the largest student movement for liberty in the world! SFL is a movement of young advocates for liberty and free markets. This year African Students for Liberty shall host a series of conferences between October and November 2017 with the theme “Creating Wealth through Free Markets” in Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania. The ASFL Regional Conference experience […]

#IMANIFesto And The Demystification Of Ghana’s Political Campaign Atmosphere

 Unrealistic campaign promises are a staple in elections across the world, and nowhere has that been truer than in Ghana – until now. Last year, Accra-based IMANI Center for Policy and Education launched its 2016 IMANIFesto Campaign, which estimated the costs and rated the feasibility of all campaign promises. For the first time this forced […]