The Liberty League exists for students and professionals committed to the defence of freedom. The Liberty League acts as an organisation and a network for societies across the intellectual and political spectrum, helping to inform, recruit and develop supporters of Liberty.
As an organisation, that means helping out pro-liberty student societies: getting them connected with one another, offering guidance and support, helping them set up, and making sure they’re plugged into the wider pro-liberty movement in the UK, with its host of think tanks and campaign groups. You can see a list of the societies that we support here.
It also means holding big conferences, most notably the annual Liberty League Freedom Forum. The LLFF is the largest conference of its kind in the UK for pro-liberty students and young people. You can find details of the conference and some of the other events we hold here. Alternatively, check out the events being held by student societies in your area or at your university by selecting them from the list here, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates on their activities too. For any questions about the Liberty League Freedom Forum, get in touch with our conference co-ordinator Charlotte Bowyer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you’re the entrepreneurial type, and would like to get involved in setting up a society or revitalising an existing one, please get in touch with the relevant Regional Director by looking through the list of our people here, or contact our societies co-ordinator Victoria Monro (email@example.com) and she’ll make sure you get through to the right person.
If you have any other questions, or general enquiries just get in touch with Anton Howes (firstname.lastname@example.org)