The 2019 East African Regional conference brings together proponents of classical liberal ideas from Kenya, Tanzania, and Burundi, Uganda, Ethiopia, Eritrea among other African and non-Africa countries ranging from students in institutions of higher learning, the corporate world (private sector) , and civil service. Speakers come from all walks of life with interests in free markets, open borders, rule of law, limited government, individual and property rights, among others. Ideally, anyone willing to listen, learn and have an opinion on liberty ideas is usually welcome.
Among other ways, the regional conference presents a great forum for attendees to create awareness on their existence while spreading its ideologies, present a great opportunity of learning about classical liberal ideas from seasoned libertarians and proponents of liberal ideas from East Africa and across the world. Participants also get to debate and engage one another on Liberty ideas relative to current and emerging issues across East Africa and the world. We also get to take a back seat and review our progress and achievements for the past financial year in advocating for and spreading ideas of liberty in the specter of the rule of law, free markets, tolerance, limited governments, civil society, skepticism of power, peace, individualism and property rights. Ultimately, the RC presents a good opportunity for East Africans to network, essentially making new friends.
On a social side of it, for first time travellers to Kenya, it will be an opportunity to have a view of the beautiful city, and visit fascinating places such as the Nairobi National Park and the Giraffe Center; Ngong hills, Oloolua Nature Trails, Elephant hills, Karen Blixen Museum, and also enjoy the colorful tribes of Kenya at Bomas of Kenya. And also add to the free meals, and drinks at the socials! Get a change to travel across the city in the famous Kenyan matatus, and enjoy the matwana culture to visit the two Rivers mall, East Africa’s largest shopping mall.
You don’t want to miss all of these exciting stuff! Join us on Saturday, November 2 at the Catholic University of East Africa, Nairobi, Kenya for a memorable and life-changing experience! Register to attend below.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO NOTE
Visa Information to enter the Republic of Kenya
Visa information: For first-time travelers to Kenya, visit – http://evisa.go.ke for visa information to enter the Republic of Kenya.
Country Eligibility: To check if your country is eligible to apply for Kenyan visa, visit here – http://evisa.go.ke/eligibility.html
Invitation Letter: If you need an invitation letter for your travel to Kenya, email: Wnduati@studentsforliberty.org
Arrival in Kenya:
Soon as you arrive the Republic of Kenya, contact any of the following for any assistance, call or email:
- Musila Muoki on +254705202404 (email@example.com)
- Burugu Babu on +254712614006 (firstname.lastname@example.org )
- Winfred Nduati on +254725173409 (email@example.com)
Directions: How to get to the conference venue
The conference shall be held at the Jubilee Hall, Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
From Nairobi Central Business District (CBD), if using public transport, please take a bus at the Railways Station going to Rongai Number 125. They will drop you at the Stage and after a 5-minute walk, you should see the main entrance to Jubilee Hall. Jubilee Hall is visible from the main entrance and the security officials will direct you.
Participants are however required to make arrangements for their transport and accommodation.
The Conference Program
The conference is absolutely FREE, and attendance comes with refreshments, lunch. Tea shall also be provided during the day.
Registration and tagging of participants shall commence from 8:00 am. Refreshments shall be provided during the day including tea for early birds. The presentations, discussions at the conference begin at 9:00 am.
The conference schedule below:
The dress code for the conference is business casual. For those coming from outside Kenya, the weather should be stable, but relatively cold. Be sure to carry a jacket or warm clothes with you.
Safe travels, and see you soon!
2019 ASFL East Africa Regional Conference