The Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance is delighted to invite readers of The Australian Spectator to the largest centre-right gathering in the Asia Pacific Region, the 5th ALS Annual Friedman Conference in Sydney at the Aerial UTS Function Centre from April 28-30.
As a special offer to Spectator readers, we would like to offer you 15 per cent off the standard ticket price!
Organised by the Australian Libertarian Society in conjunction with the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance, the Friedman conference is the highlight of the Australian Centre-Right calendar. Over 300 attendees are expected, as well as the best speakers from not just across Australia, but with fifteen international special guests flying in!
Australian speakers include Senators Cory Bernardi, Malcolm Roberts & David Leyonhjelm, Spectator favourite Daisy Cousens, Professors Sinclair Davidson & Jason Potts, free speech advocate Lorraine Findlay, and the always-controversial Mark Latham & Ross Cameron.
International speakers include Fox News Contributor & National Review editor John Fund, Duke University’s Professor Mike Munger, Reason Magazine’s Nick Gillespie, Sam Bowman from the Adam Smith Institute, Rory Bromfield, and Director of the pro-Brexit “Better Off Out” campaign.
In addition to a wonderful speaker lineup, the conference will feature debates on topics such as Is Donald Trump Good For Liberty?, a “Dragons Den” contest with $5,000 in prizes up for grabs, and a Gala Dinner (with three course meal and four hour drinks package) with presentation of the prestigious Liberty Awards.
This truly is one conference you can not afford to miss – and Spectator readers can save 15 per cent by using the coupon code SPECTATOR on checkout!
In addition, thanks to the generosity of the Atlas Network, we have a limited number of student scholarships and part scholarships available. Click HERE to apply!
So make sure you visit www.friedman17.org and enter SPECTATOR on checkout to secure your spot at the biggest and best liberty event of the year!
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