Upcoming Events

All year-round, Face of Liberty collaborates to host events with our amazing network of partners to reach more individuals with the message of freedom and Peace and also to learn more from each other and accelerate sharing of best practices. Join us at one of our upcoming gatherings to be inspired by our network and to learn more about our regional approach to advancing human dignity.

Upcoming Events

Ilobu Free Market Summit

Date: Saturday, October 22, 2022

Location: Ilobu House, Laaro Junction, Ilobu, Osun State, Nigeria

Nigeria has over 216 million citizens with over 45% of its citizens living under the poverty line of a dollar daily, a country where the majority relies on the government to solve all their problems. 

The Summit will brings together entreprenuers, budding entrepreneurs, and students from Ilobu community and surrounding communities to discuss the principles of a free enterprise and what its barrier would cause to individual freedom and prosperity.

Past Events

Understanding the AfCFTA Agreement (Part Three)

Date: Sunday, September 25, 2022

Location: Google Meet

What is the AfCFTA? The African Continental Free Trade Area is an ambitious trade pact to form the world’s largest free trade area by creating a single market for goods and services of almost 1.3bn people across Africa and deepening the economic integration of Africa.

Join our panelist on Sunday as we dissect this agreement in parts.

Understanding the AfCFTA Agreement (Part Two)

Date: Sunday, September 18, 2022

Location: Google Meet

What is the AfCFTA? The African Continental Free Trade Area is an ambitious trade pact to form the world’s largest free trade area by creating a single market for goods and services of almost 1.3bn people across Africa and deepening the economic integration of Africa.

Join our panelist on Sunday as w dissect this agreement in parts

Understanding the AfCFTA Agreement (The Preliminary)

Date: Sunday, September 11, 2022

Location: Google Meet

What is the AfCFTA? The African Continental Free Trade Area is an ambitious trade pact to form the world’s largest free trade area by creating a single market for goods and services of almost 1.3bn people across Africa and deepening the economic integration of Africa.

Join our panelist on Sunday as w dissect this agreement in parts.

Welfare State Vs Economy in Africa

Date: Sunday, August 28, 2022

Location: Google Meet

Osogbo Free Market Summit

Date: Monday, August 22, 2022

Location: I-con Universal Polytechnic, OgoOluwa, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria

Nigeria has over 216 million citizens with over 45% of its citizens living under the poverty line of a dollar daily, a country where the majority relies on the government to solve all their problems. 

The Summit will brings together entreprenuers, budding entrepreneurs, and students from Osogbo metropolis to discuss the principles of a free enterprise and what its barrier would cause to individual freedom and prosperity.

Rule of Law Vs Rule by Law in African Context

Date: Sunday, August 21, 2022

Location: Google Meet

Humans flourish on the wings of freedom. Because of the differences that do exist among humans, trade is provoked to happen as the exchange of value is upheld.

As a matter of fact, human interest for self is infinite thereby requiring a mechanism in place to ensure every human does not override the interests they are able to facilitate. Because if it was all up to us, chaos could take the lead.

For that matter; laws are vital to harmonize human difference and also create a fair society for all humans to excel in their potentials. Though instances also exist where the same laws are also used to curtail human flourishing.

A Visa Free Africa; Pros and Cons

Date: Sunday, August 14, 2022

Would an Africa in which Africans require no visas to travel boost prospects for intracontinental trade.

The idea of an African passport dates back a quarter of a century but has failed to catch on with countries that fear an increase in smuggling, illegal immigration, terrorism, and the spread of disease as well as a negative impact on local job markets. With migration, legal and illegal, blamed for recent outbreaks of xenophobia in South Africa, some of these fears seem credible.

The Morality of Capitalism in Africa’s Economy

Date: Sunday, July 24, 2022

Capitalism is an economic habit that is regarded to as bringing together the factors of production to yield value. It has gained the impression by a vibrant section to uphold it as an economic habit that gives beauty to unique efforts since rewards are a real deal.

On the other hand, counter phrases blame it for being an inhumane practice, exploitation of the advantaged, plus more. Nevertheless, this gives a green light to the discussion of “THE MORALITY OF CAPITALISM IN AFRICA’S ECONOMY”

Face of Liberty International Free Market Conference (FLICon2022)

Date: June 3-4, 2022

FLICon2022 brought  together individuals thirsty for knowledge in across the continent of Africa to listen to free market teachers and scholar on ways to expand freedom in Africa. 

Ekiti Free Market Summit

Date: Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Location: Federal University, Oye Ekiti, Ekiti State

Time: 9am – 1pm

The Free Market Summit is the flagship in-person/Virtual event of the Face of Liberty International that brings together individuals thirsty for knowledge in the host state to discuss the fundamentals of Free Market, its Elements, its guiding principle, how it affects us individually and collectively and what its barrier would cause to individual freedom and prosperity.

Kogi Free Market Summit

Date: January 12, 2022

Location: Suite 19&25, Zabham Plaza Beside Kogi Amusement Park, Along NUJ Road, Lokoja

Time: 10:00am

The Free Market Summits brings together individuals thirsty for knowledge in the host state to discuss the fundamentals of Free Market, its Elements, the principle guiding, how it affect us individually and collectively and what its barrier would cause to individual freedom and prosperity.

Lagos Free Market Summit

Date: Saturday, December 18, 2021

Location: Lufasi Nature Park, Majek 1st Gate, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lekki, Lagos.

Time: 10am – 3pm

Lagos Free Market Summit brought together individuals from Lagos state to dissect what free market really means and what its barrier would cause to individual freedom and prosperity.