Forty teachers across Ghana will converge at the Serene Wood Industry Training Centre (WITC) at Ejisu, on the Kumasi-Accra Highway this weekend to participate in the Teachers for Liberty Workshop. From the evening of Friday 27 February – the Afternoon of Sunday 1 March, 2015, Africa Youth Peace Call will expose the teachers to classical liberalism and entrepreneurial skills.
They will explore the Non Aggression Principles and how it leads to a prosperous and humane society, as well as learning to start their own businesses. These educators range from Primary, Junior & Senior High Schools.
We have a high level International Resource Persons including Dr. Tom G. Palmer of Atlas Network, USA; Ajibola Adigun, Executive Board Member of African Students For Liberty; Prof. Ashford Nigel of George Mason University; Prof. Raf Vlummens of Business Entrepreneurial Training Academy, Richard Siaw; a Ghanaian Teacher & Entrepreneur; Gregory V. Diehl of MarketFit and Africa Youth Peace Call’s President Afrikanus Kofi Akosah.
We recognize teachers as an influential entity and indispensable tool for change and sustainable humane policy shift. The Workshop therefore will focus on empowering the participants to start organizing in their schools, communities and to also start their own businesses.
Interestingly the teachers will have the opportunity to know more about Bitcoin and the Blockchain crypto-currency that is shaking the foundation of today’s monetary policy. They are expected to take advantage of Bitcoin related businesses.
Participants will go home with our newly developed ‘Manual for Entrepreneurship’, Frederic Bastiat’s The Law, and Peace, Love & Liberty, edited by Dr. Tom G. Palmer. This will enable the teachers to do further studies & research after the workshop.
This Training is in line with our second stage of our Strategic Plan where we are expanding our operations and interactions with agents like teachers, policymakers, Business entities, the media etc. Africa Youth Peace Call is a Kumasi based educational and advocacy policy organization dedicated to spreading classical liberalism and entrepreneurial skills in Africa.
Afrikanus Kofi Akosah
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