Concept

Students for Liberty

Summary
Students For Liberty (SFL) is an international libertarian non-profit organization with origins in the United States. Formed in 2008, SFL grew to a network of 1,000 student organizations worldwide by 2014. It hosts an annual international conference and various regional conferences. Wolf von Laer became the chief executive officer in 2016. History Origin Students in an Institute for Humane Studies Koch Summer Fellowship met on July 24, 2007, to discuss challenges faced by classical liberal student organizations. In 2008, Alexander McCobin and Sloane Frost organized a conference for 40 students involved in libertarian student groups. The first Students For Liberty conference was held at Columbia University from February 22 to 24, 2008, with 100 student participants. Afterward they formed Students For Liberty to provide continuing support to student groups. The group's stated mission is "to educate, develop, and empower th
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