ESTUDANTES PELA LIBERDADE

ESTUDANTES PELA LIBERDADE

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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ABOUT

The mission of Estudiantes Pela Liberdade is to provide a unified, student-driven forum of support for students and student organizations dedicated to liberty.

Major programs for this organization include: Local Coordinator Program; Alumni Donor Program

IN THE NEWS

TRAINING THINK TANK LEADERS IN BRAZIL

Atlas Network was founded with Sir Antony Fisher’s vision of supporting the development and growth of a worldwide network of think tanks, each of them using local knowledge and experience to promote liberty effectively in their own countries and communities. From Oct. 13–16, Atlas Leadership Academy held its Think Tank Start-Up...

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BRAZILIAN STUDENTS FACE CONFRONTATIONS AFTER ARGUING FOR UBER DEREGULATION

Innovative new business models tend to encroach on the market share of long-entrenched interests, who sometimes respond to their loss of customers by fighting back in unpleasant ways. Ride-sharing service Uber has been a source of controversy in Brazil recently, with recent public hearings that have involved verbal assaults, con...

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LIBERTY MOVEMENT EXPLODING AMONG BRAZILIAN STUDENTS

The liberty movement is exploding in Brazil, especially among young students who are passionate about the ideas of freedom, individual rights, and peace. Atlas Network partner Estudantes Pela Liberdade (EPL) has seen a consistent and significant increase in participants in its coordinators program, in which EPL train students in...

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BRAZILIAN STUDENT GROUP LAUNCHES NEW CROWDFUNDING PLATFORM

The logistics of fundraising is one of the primary difficulties in the think tank world. This problem compounded in many student groups devoted to spreading the ideas of liberty — no matter how dedicated and enthusiastic they may be, newcomers to the world of nonprofit fundraising have little experience managing donations, and f...

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STUDENTS FOR LIBERTY PLAYS STRONG ROLE IN FREE BRAZIL MOVEMENT

As the economy in Brazil stagnates, anger from the Brazilian middle class anger at soaring inflation and burdensome taxation continues to rise. On March 15, a coalition called the Free Brazil Movement led a protest with more than 200,000 people in attendance, the largest São Paulo has seen since the pro-democracy protests of the...

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