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A global network for global impact.
Today, Atlas Network partners with over 500 think tanks worldwide to drive change in ideas, culture, and policy; remove barriers to opportunities; and empower individuals to live a life of choice.
Atlas Network increases global prosperity by strengthening a network of independent partner organizations that promote individual freedom and are committed to identifying and removing barriers to human flourishing.
The Atlas Network vision is of a free, prosperous, and peaceful world where the principles of individual liberty, property rights, limited government, and free markets are secured by the rule of law.
Atlas Network cultivates a network of partners that share this vision. To accelerate the pace of achievement by our partners in their local communities, Atlas Network’s unique Coach, Compete, Celebrate!™ strategic model inspires our partners to improve performance and achieve extraordinary outcomes.
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- Atlas Network Announces Partnership with Mexico-Based Centro Ricardo B. Salinas Pliego and Newly Created Universidad de la LibertadAtlas Network is proud to announce a new partnership with the Mexico-based Centro Ricardo B. Salinas Pliego (CRBSP), and the Universidad de la Libertad (UL), a new academic institution based in Mexico that will advance free-market principles, business development, and innovation.Read Article
- Time and Nature as the Freedom Movement’s AlliesIn November 2022, Elena Leontjeva received Atlas Network’s Sir Antony Fisher Achievement Award in recognition of her leadership of the Lithuanian Free Market Institute and the LFMI’s essential role in Lithuania's successful transition from communism after independence. The essay that follows is adapted from her remarks in accepting the award at Atlas Network’s Freedom Dinner.Read Article
- Ahead of 2023 Latin America Liberty Forum, Atlas Network Announces Finalists for Latin America Liberty AwardThe three finalists are Chile’s Fundación P!ensa (represented by Executive Director Juan Pablo Rodriguez); Colombia’s Instituto de Ciencia Política Hernán Echavarría Olózaga (represented by Academy Coordinator Juanita Solano Botero); and Brazil’s Instituto Liberal de São Paulo (represented by founder Marcelo Faria). The event will be hosted primarily in Spanish, but translators will also be available in English and Portuguese. More information can be found here.Read Article