Communicating Freedom in India

FEBRUARY 17, 2014

On February 11th, 134 participants attended the Amritsar Policy Group's "Communicating Freedom Through Social Media” workshop in Punjab, India. FEE, along with the Atlas Network, Center for Civil Society, and Students for Liberty, provided resources for the event, including FEE president Lawrence Reed’s latest book “Are We Good Enough for Liberty?"

The day included sessions on using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media to promote the ideas of a free society. The day also included a survey of online resources provided by libertarian think tanks around the world.

Thanks to the Amritsar Policy Group’s coordinator Rishi Kochhar for sharing these photographs with us.



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