Our mission

Africanliberty.org is the Atlas Economic Research Foundation and IMANI’s African-focused program.  It was launched in December of 2007 and provides content in English and Swahili, as well as access to material in French, Portuguese, and Arabic. 

Our mission at AfricanLiberty.org is to be the continent’s main platform for sharing practical ideas generated by Africans and those who believe in Africa ’s positive future.

Our vision at AfricanLiberty.org is to bring African voices for liberty to the wider world and work with African media to disseminate policy ideas for a new century of peace, freedom, and prosperity. AfricanLiberty.org also produces audio and video content and will be working in 2008 with African broadcast media, especially radio. In addition, AfricanLiberty.org will publish books in African countries (in English and, in conjunction with UnMondeLibre.org and OrdemLivre.org, in French and Portuguese). The first books planned for 2008 include African editions of the works of Frederic Bastiat, Johan Norberg, and Franklin Cudjoe.

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