Students for Liberty (SFL) is an International libertarian non-profit organisation whose mission is to “educate, develop, and empower the next generation leaders of liberty.” Formed in 2008, SFL has since grown into a full organisation with various programs and a network of affiliated student groups in North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa, South Asia and the Asia-Pacific.
Students for Liberty is the world’s largest law and academically market-oriented movement of students who have been deliberating and focusing on essential policy issues that our societies face.
About the Essay Writing Competition
South Asia Students For Liberty invites students to participate in a Short Essay Writing Competition on the topic “What Does Liberty Mean To You In The Times Of The Pandemic?”
Has Quarantining Inspired You? Or Has It Disappointed You? Either way, SASFL provides you the space to freely express your thoughts and recognises you for each step that you take towards creating a freer society that allows you to speak your mind.
Begin this journey by asking yourself one simple question: What Does ‘Liberty’ Mean To You In The Times Of The Pandemic?
Only one entry will be accepted per person. Multiple entries are forbidden.
Individual participation only. Group entries will not be accepted.
Kindly note that the structure of the essay should be as follows:
Name of the Participant
The content should be divided into three components: Introduction, Main Body, Conclusion
eCertificates will be given to all participants.
Winners will get the chance to be featured on our social media pages.
E-mail ID: dmalik[at]studentsforliberty.org
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