The Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane Studies, Students for Economic Freedom Morocco, and Friedman Foundation for Educational choice joins international celebration of Milton Friedman 2013 Global effort to reaffirm the late Nobel laureate’s theories on free markets and school choice November 02-11-2013 in Rabat Morocco, at the Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane studies.
The Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane Studies Morocco—Generation Development & students for Economic Freedom Morocco is part of an international effort celebrating the life and legacy of Milton Friedman, the late Nobel Prize winner who is considered one of the 20th century’s leading economists.
At the Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane Studies Rabat Morocco, ” from 3:00-8:00 pm on 02-11- 2013, event organizers plan to welcome 60 attendees to discuss “Economic Freedom and Launch Students for Economic Freedom Morocco”
“This is a celebration for creative thinkers, lovers of freedom and the intellectually curious” Zineb Benalla, Global North Team of Generation Development and a researcher at the Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane Studies Rabat Morocco said. “It is a network of global thinkers bound by an intense interest about what is impacting the future of freedom, rule of law, development, and prosperity as well as improving the life of future generations”
Organizers of the Arab Center for Scientific Research and humane studies, Rabat Morocco 2013 Friedman celebration are asking that those interested in attending register by sending an email to [email protected] Last year, “Friedman Legacy for Freedom Day” gatherings welcomed more than 8,400 people in 45 states and six countries.
“There is a lot Rabat, the Arab Center guest and Students for economic freedom Morocco and leaders can still learn from Milton Friedman,” said Robert Enlow, President and CEO of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, which Dr. Friedman and his wife, Rose, founded in 1996. “For those RABAT and Students for Economic Freedom Morocco interested in boosting their economy, improving government, and providing access to a quality education for all, they should attend Friedman Legacy for Freedom Day 2013 at the Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane studies Rabat gathering.”
Today, Friedman’s name appears frequently in matters related to school choice, as the late Nobel laureate was father of the school voucher idea. As early as 1955, Friedman proposed vouchers as the best possible way to raise the quality of schooling in America.
Written by Zineb Benalla; Researcher at the Arab Center for Scientific Research and Humane Studies and Generation Development Team