Europe Blog

March 19, 2018

LibertyCon: Celebration of Youth and Liberty

Hello friend, How are you? How are your studies going? What about that exam you are so nervous about? Oh, and your parents keep persuading you to take a different turn in […]
March 12, 2018

Count Dankula at Glasgow Students For Liberty

A couple weeks ago, we held an event at Glasgow University in which Markus Meechan (better known as Count Dankula) was invited to tell us about his experience after having been sued […]
March 9, 2018

Why Walkable Cities Enjoy More Freedom

If you happen to visit Egypt and find yourself in the famous Tahrir Square, you might be puzzled: how could this space accommodate two million protesters? In fact, the square looked different […]
March 7, 2018

The First Leadership Forum In Tirana

2018 Tirana Leadership Forum was a unique experience for me. My involvement with European Students For Liberty has been very diverse so far and it has given me the opportunity to grow […]
February 15, 2018

Albert Camus’ Urge to Rebel Against an Unfree World

Revolutions, however differently interpreted, have been playing an important role in human history. Karl Marx, as well as his predecessor G.W.F. Hegel, whose ideas along with other factors inspired the socialist revolution […]
February 12, 2018

LibertyCon 2018 Awards Nominations

Students For Liberty is pleased to announce the finalists for Student, Group, and Event of the Year. Finalists were selected based on nominations from Executive Boards, Regional Directors, and Staff. The winner […]
February 8, 2018

Reclaiming Our Monopoly On Choice

In the essay Politics as a Vocation, Max Weber was the first to identify “monopoly” as a constitutive characteristic of statehood. Though he meant it in terms of the use of physical […]
February 7, 2018

St. Valentine’s Day – Libertarian Edition

What is the most romantic gesture for a libertarian lover? There is a chance we’ve just figured it out! Saint Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means that it’s about […]
January 30, 2018

Speak Up or Give Up

“Here’s your receipt. You have to pay $30 for our translation services.” “But you said the price would range between $15-$20 yesterday when I made the order. You also promised it would […]
January 16, 2018

Socio-Economic Consequences of Brexit

The following post was written by Lucas Guimarães, a senior coordinator of Students for Liberty in Brazil. Lucas is also a specialist in International Relations from the Federal University of Brasilia and holds […]
January 10, 2018

9 Tips For #LibertyCon18 Freshers

*If you have never ever attended any of the four annual European Students For Liberty Conferences or last year’s LibertyCon, this message is for you! This is your primary guide to the […]
January 8, 2018

The Political World is Coming to LibertyCon

Some of the most pro-liberty politicians are coming to LibertyCon! Joining us on the Saturday of the conference, we will welcome Congressman Justin Amash, British MEP Daniel Hannan, Canadian MP Maxime Bernier, […]