With our freedoms increasingly trampled underfoot, the ASI is pleased to announce its 2010 ‘Young Writer on Liberty’ competition.
Open to anyone under the age of 20, entrants are asked to write three short articles on ‘Ways to advance liberty’.The topics are entirely open to you: whether it is adjusting taxation, abolishing ID cards or the decriminalization of drugs, we are open to all views and opinions.
And, because incentives matter, the top prize includes £500 cash, 3 books, all 3 articles published on our blog and the offer of 2 weeks work experience at the Adam Smith Institute. To see all the prizes available, click here.
To enter, you must be under 20 on the entry deadline of April 30th, while each article must be under 400 words long. Simply email your entries, along with contact details and your DOB to firstname.lastname@example.org.