John Nyangulu

Global Campaign Fellow-Free Market Revolution at Students For Liberty

National Coordinator at Students For Liberty

Executive Director at The Malawi Students For Liberty Organisation

National Coordinator at Liberty Sparks

I became a liberal after being introduced to the ideas by Evans Exhaud, CEO of Liberty Sparks, a think tank based in Tanzania. Exhaud selected me as his IDEA’s Emerging Leaders Ambassador.

Through IDEA’s, I was introduced to Students for Liberty, Africa. What I want to see is a freer future for all. My own personal vision is to open a policy think tank that will aim at youth empowerment through leadership and policy formulation training; to create intellectual and human resources for the movement.

Self Determination Advocates can help by making me one of the members of the team, I can volunteer so I can grow my knowledge of classical liberalism. Currently, I am the national coordinator for Students for liberty. 

I want to learn more about the philosophies of liberty. As a Bachelor of Arts Humanities (philosophy) graduate, I am free to explore the world of ideas with you and I can dedicate my time.

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  1. John, I applaud the work you are doing to promote liberty and a freer future for the people of Malawi. I’m not sure if your philosophy of ” classical liberalism” is tge way to go. To bring about true liberty and free market ideas I believe, requires one one to be neither liberal nor conservative in defition of a label. As a Libertarian, one is fiscally conservative and socially inclusive(socially liberal) in one’s approach to bring about liberty and freedom, with a free market and small government involvement.

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    1. Ian, I want to understand what you are saying. “I’m not sure if your philosophy of ” classical liberalism” is the way to go. To bring about true liberty and free-market ideas I believe requires one to be neither liberal nor conservative in definition.”
      Do you think I should downplay, my own beliefs, and try to present a “blank screen,” In Self-Determination Advocates?

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