Interview with Sam Hudis of the Young Democrats of America — Part 1: The Elections

On the 6th of October, I interviewed Sam Hudis, the International Officer of the Young Democrats of America (YDA). It ended up being a long discussion, which is why we decided the publish it in sections. In this first section,…

Interview with Former IFLRY President Imke Roebken

In November the Junge Liberale (JuLis), IFLRY’s German member organisation, will celebrate their 40th anniversary. For Libel, this seemed like a good occasion to interview former JuLis member and former IFLRY president Imke Roebken. Imke was president of IFLRY from…

Interview with Ambroise Méjean, President of Les Jeunes avec Macron

This is an article in our series of interviews with liberal and progressive youth organisations. Les Jeunes avec Macron (JAM) is a French progressive youth movement founded in 2015. It is the youth party of La République En Marche, the…

Contact-Tracing Apps: Different Countries Different Rules

All over the world governments have started to use contact-tracing apps to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Although the use of this technology is touted as an effective way to limit transmission of the virus, critics worry about the privacy of…

Interview with Jonge Democraten

This is an article in our series of interviews with liberal and democratic youth organisations. Other interviews can be found here. The Jonge Democraten (Young Democrats) are a Dutch progressive-liberal youth organisation, founded in 1984. The organisation is affiliated with…

Interview with Nikolay Artemenko

This is an article in our series of interviews with liberal and democratic youth organisations. Other interviews can be found here. Nikolay Artemenko is the Federal Coordinator of Vremya, a Russian youth movement that started in St Petersburg, and now has…

How Nationalists Win the Debate on the UN Migration Pact

In his book Don’t think of an Elephant cognitive scientist George Lakoff explains how the language used in political debates often predetermines the outcomes of those debates. The reason for this is that different ways of describing something induce in…

Interview with Andrea Ugrinoska: IFLRY’s New Executive Director

As of October, Andrea Ugrinoska is IFLRY’s new Executive Director, she is IFLRY’s only full-time employee, and is responsible for running IFLRY’s office in London. Krijn van Eeden, Libel co-editor, interviewed her to find out more about her and her…