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The population of South Asia is about 1.749 billion or about one fourth of the world's population, making it both the most populous and the most densely populated geographical region in the world.The current territories of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka form the countries of South Asia


SASFL aims to inspire a new generation of libertarian leadership in the sub-continent. To this end SASFL conducted its inaugural conference in Asia on on 17th and 18th January, 2015 at New Delhi attended by more than 300 participants.

Imagine if one day a fourth of humanity lived in a libertarian society?
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January 30, 2017

Local Coordinator Program, SFL South Asia

What is the Local Coordinator Program?   Students For Liberty is the world’s largest network of pro-liberty students. Our focus in South Asia is to help students become informed and critical thinkers about ideas pertaining to the political economy of their nation. An uninformed and passive exercise of thought leads to bad judgment, and bad judgment leads to support for bad policies.   Students For Liberty believes that in the marketplace of ideas, the good ones root out the bad ones. But the ideas of freedom – individual rights, toleration, rule of law – that have been the foundation of successful nations are poorly represented in mainstream dialogue. That is why a lot of young people do not associate with the views of any major political party. We want […]
January 29, 2017

#ISFLC17

ISFLC is almost indescribable. Yes, it’s a student conference, but it’s so much more than that. With 55% of 2016 attendees being non-students, ISFLC has quickly become one of the liberty movement’s premier events—a place for libertarian amateurs and experts to meet and explore ideas together. This will be the 10th year that we gather students and alumni together to discuss best practices for organizing, learn about new developments in the cause of liberty, meet old and new friends, and garner the energy to go back to our homes and continue to carry on the fight for liberty. And it is going to be big.
January 26, 2017

Naga Sravan Kilaru
India

SFL SUCCUSS STORY: Naga Sravan Kilaru SFL South Asia Naga Sravan Kilaru conferred with the Karmaveer Chakra Global Fellowship     Naga Sravan Kilaru was a South Asia DFL Executive board Member from 23 April 2014 to 30 June 2015. He is the founder of “Vijayawada Needs U” a youth organisation in Vijayawada Buckinghampet, Andhra Pradesh, India the Mission of which is “To empower youth and provide it with an opportunity to be a key participant in bringing social reforms. To change the notion of representative governance by promoting participatory governance.” For his efforts, he was awarded the REX Karmaveer Chakra Global Fellowship Award by iCONGO in association with United Nations Volunteers at Gurgaon near New Delhi, India on 27 November 2016. https://www.facebook.com/sravan.vnu/posts/10207555824598326 https://twitter.com/nagasravan_k/status/803176747185209344 https://www.linkedin.com/in/kilaru-naga-sravan-6731a171 […]

THE SOUTH ASIA EXECUTIVE BOARD


Abeed Khader

South Asian Chair

Abeed Khader

South Asian Chair

Bio: Born and grew up in Kerala, India. Abeed completed his mechanical engineering from KMEA Engineering College. He was introduced to the ideology of Libertarianism through Tom G Palmer’s ‘Why Liberty’. He created ‘Students For Liberty – Kerala’ in 2014 to promote classical liberalism throughout his state prior to being contacted by SFL. He was taken in as a South Asia Local Coordinator in the same year. He also served as the head of B. Pokker Sahib Memorial Legal Study Centre at his college. He continues volunteering in SFL along with his designing job in Priedemann Building Envelope Consultants.

Favorite Figures in Liberty: David Friedman, Ayn Rand, Murray Roathbard, Frédéric Bastiat

On Students For Liberty: “The direct use of force is such a poor solution to any problem; it is generally employed only by small children and large nations.” – David Friedman

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