The 2013 International Students For Liberty Conference, now in its sixth year, will bring over a thousand students and young liberty activists to Washington, D.C. to talk about ideas, hear from leading policy experts, and network with organizations and each other. I’m proud to have been the first speaker at the first ISFLC conference, in New York in 2008. This year, the conference will be hosted at the Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel, just three blocks from the Cato Institute.
I will be presenting two lectures that weekend, a session with Young Americans for Liberty on “The Ten Ways to Talk about Freedom” and a luncheon keynote in Cato’s Yeager Conference Center on Reclaiming Freedom: The Case for Libertarian Ideas in Mainstream Politics. Plus I’ll be on a special taping of the “Stossel” show.
Other Cato scholars will be speaking on policy issues throughout the conference. All of the below sessions will be taking place in the Hyatt’s Constitution room B.
|Saturday, February 16|
|10:00-10:45am||Restoring Constitutional Liberty||Roger Pilon|
|11:15-12:00pm||Privacy Under Attack||Jim Harper|
|12:10–1:20pm||Reclaiming Freedom: The Case for Libertarian Ideas in Mainstream Politics *Luncheon @ the Cato Institute*||David Boaz|
|1:30-2:15pm||The Clone Wars: Fighting to Educate Free Individuals||Neal McCluskey|
|2:45-3:30pm||A Foreign Policy for Advancing Liberty Abroad (without Undermining It at Home)||Christopher A. Preble|
|4:00-4:45pm||Economic Growth and the Future of Liberty||Brink Lindsey|
|5:15-6:00pm||How the Government Uses “Science” to Take Away Your Stuff||Patrick J. Michaels|
|Sunday, February 17|
|10:00-10:45am||How to Win Every Libertarian Argument||Jason Kuznicki|
|11:15-12:00pm||Why Libertarians Should Care Much More about Immigration||Alex Nowrasteh|
To attend the student luncheon event, please register online or sign up for your ticket at the Cato booth at the conference exhibit hall.