Tickets to this year's Liberty League Freedom Forum are now on sale. Now in its fifth year, LLFF is the UK's largest gathering of the next generation of pro-liberty enthusiasts. 2015's Freedom Forum takes place between Friday 27th - Sunday 29th March, at Guy's Campus, KCL, London.
The weekend will feature seminars with leading academics, activists and professionals, including the ASI's Sam Bowman on What's wrong with social democracy. Other sessions include:
- Introductions to classical liberal, objectivist, anarchist and left-libertarian thought,
- Panels on free-market feminism, current threats to liberty, and digital surveillance,
- Magna Carta: Birth of democracy or historical fantasy?
- Laissez-faire monetary economics, Bioethics, Bitcoin and much, much more.
Practical workshops will cover skills from campaign training to journalism, with evening socials to share many a drink with like-minded attendees.
A ticket to Freedom Forum covers speaker sessions, food, drink, and evening socials, with a limited number of hostel accommodation spaces available. Tickets start at just £25, but book before 8pm tonight (Weds, 11th Feb) to get 25% off the standard price.
Full information about the conference, speakers and the schedule can be found on the LLFF15 website, and on the Liberty League Facebook and Twitter. Liberty League is a network for pro-freedom students and young professionals, but all ages are welcome at Freedom Forum.