Students For Liberty is a rapidly growing network of pro-liberty students from all over the world. Our mission is to educate, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders of liberty. We are the largest pro-liberty student organization in the world. We accomplish this through a strategy of empowerment, identifying the top student leaders and training them to be agents of change in their communities.
What began as a small meeting of young leaders has become an international movement of students with thousands of local student groups and thousands of leaders around the world with operations on every inhabited continent.
Impact of COVID-19 on the South Asian Economy
Covid-19 (aka Coronavirus) disease was first reported to the WHO Country Office in China on 31 December 2019. On 30 January 2020, it was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Since its origin, the pandemic has caused continuous disruption in social, political, economical and other fronts throughout the globe.
In this stressful context, what kind of impact can we expect to see in the South Asian economy?
Join the webinar organized by Students for Liberty Sri Lanka featuring Mr Dhananath Fernando, CEO of Advocata Institute, to get a clear picture of things.
About the Speaker
Dhananath Fernando is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Advocate Institute, an economic policy think tank based in Sri Lanka. He was also the founder of the “Freedom Fair” & “Liberal Road Show” which he created after working as a volunteer with liberal value-based organizations for more than a decade.
Being a degree holder in Bio-Sciences from the University of Colombo, Dhananath also became the winner of the Atlas Network’s Asia Think Tank Shark Tank Competition in 2018 and is an alumnus of Atlas Network’s Think Tank MBA.
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