August 8, 2017

The War We Didn’t Start

Georgia. You might know very little or even nothing about this country located in the caucasus region, but now’s your time to know more about it, and the reason why Georgians always […]
May 23, 2017

Bitcoin in Georgia: A Success Story

On April 28, Georgian Students for Liberty organized its fifth panel discussion for the Defend Your Wallet Campaign. We decided to dedicate this panel to the topic of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies […]
May 12, 2017

Tbilisi Students Protest Grim Future of Georgian State Regulation

Georgian Students For Liberty (GSFL) and the Consumer Choice Center (CCC) are hosting a “plain packaged” nanny state store in Tbilisi to protest ridiculous lifestyle regulations following recent Georgian parliamentary attempts to […]
April 18, 2017

Georgian Students Protest Government’s Attempt To Abolish Economic Liberty Act

This report was written by Gaga Tutarashvili, Lisa Katsiashvili and Mariam Gogolishvili.  In 2011, Georgia passed the “Georgian law of economic freedom” – then called “Economic Liberty Act”, which became the world’s first […]
March 14, 2017

‘kNOw Gazprom’: Discussing Georgia’s New Gazprom Contract

On the 2nd of March, Georgian Students For Liberty organized a panel-discussion titled “kNOw Gazprom” as a part of the Defend Your Wallet campaign. Together with the audience, the speakers discussed the […]
January 5, 2017

An Act of Civil Disobedience for Drug Reform in Georgia

The struggle for drug policy reform continued in Georgia on the last day of 2016: A few hours before New Year’s Eve, the leader of the Georgian libertarian party Girchi, Zurab Japaridze, […]
October 4, 2016

Deep Web Screening at Columbus State University

The Columbus State University chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, in cooperation with Students for Liberty, hosted a screening of “Deep Web” on-campus. The screening was YAL @ CSU’s most successful event […]
July 21, 2015

Get Ready for a Great Year for Liberty

Most students see summer as a time of rest, all lazy afternoons and a respite from homework. But as Anne Butcher pointed out in a recent post, the student activist knows it’s […]