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CARDINAL INSTITUTE RESHAPES OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING REQUIREMENTS IN WEST VIRGINIA

June 25, 2020

As West Virginians get back to work, The Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy, an Atlas Network partner, is helping to make the transition easier with reforms designed to ease occupational licensing restrictions. Cardinal teamed up with the Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation (CSOR) for research and outreach that has resulted in the passage of new legislation to energize the economy by reshaping occupational licensing policies.

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EXCLUSIVE ONLINE MONEY AND BANKING COURSE OFFER FOR ATLAS NETWORK PARTNERS

June 22, 2020

The Institute of International Monetary Research (IIMR) has successfully launched Money and Banking: and how they affect the overall economy, a four-week online training program that is accredited as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the United Kingdom. The program includes online lectures, readings, and supporting videos and is geared toward those already working in macroeconomics and finance. Participants can complete the program on their own time while working full-time. Employees of Atlas Network partners have until June 30, 2020 to register at a reduced price of £50 (normally £100).

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“THE FUTURE OF AFRICA WILL DETERMINE THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD:” AFRICA LIBERTY FORUM 2020 DAY 2 RECAP

June 18, 2020

Creating the conditions for liberty to thrive—and then marketing their ideas to growing audiences—is fundamental to the success of the African liberty movement. During the second and final day of the 2020 Africa Liberty Forum, panelists and commenters alike agreed that think tank leaders and aspiring liberty activists must work together to protect the freedom to trade, to express ideas freely, and to live without barriers to prosperity. The full slate of speakers were guardedly optimistic, expressing confidence in the rich resources of dynamic human capital across the continent while still acknowledging that much work to educate and inspire Africans remains to be done.

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