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Generation Liberty takes on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne

Last week Generation Liberty, in conjunction with the Melbourne University Freedom Society, took on the Socialist Alternative at the University of Melbourne in The Great Debate: Capitalism v. Socialism.


The world is getting better: statistics

Despite the stories of doom and gloom, the world is actually getting better.

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7 Women in Ideas

The notion that men have dominated the libertarian movement is a myth. In history and the modern day, women have profoundly influenced the ideas of liberty. The following list comprises women who fiercely embodied independence from the state, turned their unique obstacles into their greatest assets, challenging their government and society in ways that only few men would dream.

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7 Government Policies That Hurt Young People


Put you hands up for a safe space violation

A student representative has been accused of violating a ‘safe space’ for simply raising their hand to ask a question during a debate at her student association. 

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What should the government do to create a more free Australia?

Generation Liberty Writing Competition Results (March 2016)


An economic masterpiece: Why don’t all Sandwiches cost $1500?

The pace of technological development and economic progress over the last century has been extraordinary.


White student accused of cultural appropriation due to dreadlocks

An extraordinary video of a white student being harassed for simply having dreadlocks has surfaced from San Francisco State University.


Anti-war mural altered to make student feel ‘safe’

The campus safety movement has reached new heights as an artist has been forced to change their work because a mural opposing war and violence triggered a student.


Business is good at solving problems, even social ones

In his speech, Michael Porter posits that people should in fact embrace the capacity for businesses to solve the challenges we face in society, rather than considering them the root of all problems.