November 13, 2015 Print

Linda Whetstone, chairman of Network for a Free Society, presenting Milica Kostic of European Students for Liberty with the Smith Student Outreach Award.

Day two of Liberty Forum & Freedom Dinner 2015 featured panels of experts from around the world, book signings from our faces of freedom, and culminated with the gala Freedom Dinner.

Understanding how to motivate millenials for freedom — featuring Christiana Hambro, Institute of Economic Affairs (United Kingdom); Jared Meyer, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research (United States); Gloria Álvarez, Movimiento Cívico Nacional (Guatemala); and Milica Kostić, European Students for Liberty (Serbia). Moderated by Gabriel Calzada, Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala).

Building a High-Performing Team, featuring Kristina Rasmussen, Illinois Policy Institute (United States); Arpita Nepal, Samriddhi, The Prosperity Foundation (Nepal); Bettina Horst, Libertad y Desarrollo (Chile). Moderated by Roger Ream, The Fund for American Studies (United States).

John Tillman, Illinois Policy Institute (United States), and Mark Skousen, Chapman University (United States) on the Wage Wars: Advocating for Workers' Rights panel.

State Control or Self-Control? Moderated by Tom G. Palmer (Atlas Network, United States); featuring Jim Waters (Waters Foundation, United States); Tom Keelin (, United States); and John Tierney (New York Times, United States).

Liggio Lecture Luncheon with Randy Barnett

Yeonmi Park signing her book, 'In Order to Live.'

Atlas Network CEO Brad Lips with Alvaro Salas, Democracy Lab (Costa Rica), winner of the John Blundell Elevator Pitch Competition.

Winners of the Atlas Leadership Academy Project Grant Award, North American track.

Winners of the Atlas Leadership Academy Project Grant Award, global track.

2015 Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival Award winner Independent Institute for 'Love Gov' film.

Lights, Camera, Liberty! Film Festival panel: David Theroux of Independent Institute; Martin Agerup of CEPOS; Tim Hedberg of Institute for Humane Studies; Daniel Anthony of Atlas Network; and Patrick Reasonover of Taliesin Nexus.

Atlas Network's Daniel Anthony and the Institute for Justice's John Kramer participate in Q&A after the premiere of the new IJ film 'Everything,' putting a human face on why it's crucial to end restrictions on payments for bone marrow registry donors.

Atlas Network's Daniel Anthony with Leon Corcos, announcing the Tell Your Story Award.

Finalists for the 2015 prestigious $100,000 Templeton Freedom Award, with Acton Institue Executive Director Kris Mauren in center. Mich.–based Acton Institute was awarded the Templeton Freedom Award for its documentary film 'Poverty, Inc.'