ALED is a libertarian and free enterprise think tank that was established in 2017. Our Mission, ALED promotes a free and prosperous society through entrepreneurship and individual liberty.
We believe and promote ideas of a free society and we have been at the center stage of promoting individual liberty, free market, property rights, limited government and rule of law. Our role is to foster a society where an individual lives his or her life on their own terms that will in turn foster peace and prosperity of all citizens and influencing public policy change.
Since our inception, ALED’s projects have had various achievements. We mobilized and established a libertarian national Library with liberty literature, we have worked with students For Liberty and we have established over 18 SFL chapters in higher institution of learning and universities.
We established a farm on 4 acres of land with a food crop growing project. This gives practical skills and income to the community, enabling us to get some funds and also showing the public how the market works in a free society.
We have created partners and friends in liberty movements across the globe that have helped in guiding our organization development in terms of works, information, knowledge, training and capacity building. We have also engaged in public debate and we have, together with the public, influenced policy wins such as social media taxes that was too exorbitant and the government at least dropped a half of the tax.
We have recruited, mentored and raised a number of libertarian leaders in the community, institutions of higher learning and the numbers of people associating with libertarianism are rising. And we do this through conferences, camps, seminars and discussions. We undertake discussions in ideas of a free society with libertarian scholars, entrepreneurs, economists, leaders, young professionals and activists from the globe who have discussed on range of topics like free market, rule of law, individual liberty, capitalism, culture, property rights and more. This is done to increase on the number of people in the community who share knowledge, understanding of and commitment to the building of a free society. We are working at raising a generation of young intellectuals who challenge and influence policy change in the climate of ideas.