STUDENTS FOR LIBERTY UK

(EUROPEAN STUDENTS FOR LIBERTY)

Partners
since May 2020

Students for Liberty is the largest international pro-liberty student organisation. It empowers the future generation of pro-liberty leaders through events, networks, and educational resources.

As partners with Students for Liberty UK, we are able to share expertise with other pro-liberty student societies across the rest of Britain, Europe and the world, as well as invite our members to further their interest in pro-liberty student politics.

CARDIFF
STUDENTS FOR LIBERTY

Partners
since June 2020

Cardiff Students for Liberty is a student society based at Cardiff University in Wales. A home for classical liberals and libertarians in Cardiff, it champions social, economic and individual liberties.

As partners with Cardiff Students for Liberty, which is part of Students for Liberty UK, we share our expertise for our events and organisation, working together in order to further our missions in all our universities.

BRITISH
CONSERVATION ALLIANCE

Campus Coordinator
since October 2019

Founded in 2019, the British Conservation Alliance is a student group dedicated to promoting pro-market envrionmentalism in British policymaking.


As Campus Coordinators for the BCA, the Oxford Hayek Society organises an event championing its aims at least once per year. We also encourage our followers to get involved in BCA's campaigns and routinely share its news and publications.

LIBERTARIAN UK'S
UNIFREEDOM

Participating Member
since October 2018

Launched in 2018, UniFreedom is an online campaign run by Libertarian UK, a popular Facebook page based in the United Kingdom that shares liberty-themed news, opinions and content.

UniFreedom brings together like-minded pro-liberty student societies and their executives across British university campuses, so that they can work together on their common problems and coordinate joint discussions and events.

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