Ida’s Blog #4: an Amazing Week in Morocco

Oh, how wonderful it is to be back in London! Don’t get me wrong, it was absolutely amazing to spend a whole week in Morocco, but it always feels good to come “home”. As we would say in Swedish: “Borta…

Ida’s Blog #3: Space politics and gender equality

Hi there, and welcome to my third blog post! I just want to start by saying what a weekend! Even though Mondays are not normally my favourite day of the week (does anyone really like Mondays?), I have found myself…

Ida’s Blog #2: My top 5 things about London

So, guess what? It has already been two months since I moved to London. That’s right – two months! While it feels like I moved here yesterday, it also feels like I’ve lived here forever. It’s funny how you can…

Human Rights Day: Respect Youth Rights

Today 10th December 2018 marks 70 years after the United Nations declared the universal declaration of Human Rights. The Africa Liberal Youth (ALY) joins the word in celebration of this important declaration. Human rights are inherent and should not be…

Liberal Youth Foundation Holds Fundraiser in Berlin

For over 65 years, the International Federation of Liberal Youth (IFLRY), its predecessors WFLRY and EFLRY, and regional networks, such as LYMEC and CALD, have been bringing young liberals from around the world together to promote the values of freedom,…

What is Visible Cannot be Ignored: Global Trends in the Pride Movement

Pride events – whether they take the form of celebrations, protests, or marches – are intended to raise the visibility LGBTI people as an oppressed minority. Pride Radar, an inventory made by InterPride, the global federation of pride organisers, of…

A Surge of Liberals in Tbilisi – Sandro Sarukhanishvili

იხილეთ ქვემოთ სტატიის ქართული ვერსია / see below for the Georgian version of this article. Last week was one of the best ones I can remember; liberals from all over the world gathered in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi. On…