Students For Liberty Leader Linda Kavuka will be speaking at the Great Lakes Trade Summit, on the shores of Lake Victoria in Kampala. She sits on the Executive Board of African Students for Liberty, Kenya.

The summit is held from July 13th-15th 2017 and will explore the opportunities to enrich the region through freer trade as a means of poverty alleviation, conflict resolution and social justice.

At a time when open markets and free trade are being challenged the world over, this summit creates an opportunity for those who believe in freedom to organise and fight back, advancing those ideas that have delivered so much prosperity to so many around the world.

Linda will offer a unique perspective from the next generation of leaders, speaking alongside senators, ministers, and CEOs.

The summit has been initiated by the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe (ACRE) who recognise the protectionist policies of the European Union have been damaging for both the developing and developed world. In the wake of Brexit, an opportunity present itself to offer renewed a impetus on free market reform.

Click here to register for a pass to attend this unique conference.

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