Co-sponsored programs combine Liberty Fund's extensive experience in conference development with the expertise and networks of our co-sponsors.
Liberty Fund and its co-sponsoring institutions conduct educational programs to advance the exploration of liberty and the ideal of a free and responsible society.
Liberty Fund’s professional staff develops and approves the intellectual content of all co-sponsored conferences, while its co-sponsors take responsibility for the administration, participant selection, and overall execution of the programs. Programs feature text-based discussion but may also feature lectures, panel presentations, curriculum demonstrations, and more.
Participants at co-sponsored programs are typically graduate students, young professionals, and academics.
President, The Fund for American Studies
[Since 2013, Fundacion Libertad’s co-sponsored program with Liberty Fund has been an integral part of our educational programs. This program has allowed us to invite a large number of scholars, professionals, and students from Argentina and the region to explore both classic and contemporary works on a variety of issues related to the ideal of a society of free and responsible individuals. Through this program, we also hope to contribute to increasing the quality of the intellectual debate in the region by familiarizing our participants with the socratic setting that is typical of Liberty Fund conferences.]
Vice Presidente y Director de Asuntos Académicos, Fundación Libertad
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