Founded in March, 2015, our mission is to promote the ideas for a free society, which includes the rule of law, freedom and tolerance. This is done through a network of youths across the continent. As part of our outreach efforts, we have been able to reach over one thousand individuals through our events in Imo State, Delta State, the Federal Capital Territory Abuja, and Borno State in Nigeria.
We are supported by pro-liberty organizations Atlas Network, Network for a Free Society (NFS), Students For Liberty, and the Libertarian Christian Institute.

For a continent that suffers from various forms of conflict arising from perceived inequality, injustice, intolerance and of course, lack of basic freedom, this is a platform for the discovery of ideas and practical steps that could contribute to the creation of the ideal society we desire in Africa.


To make this possible, Global African Christians For Liberty Initiative will continue to work towards a peaceful Africa, which is our vision. We are also open to working with local and international entities, and also individuals who are committed to the cause of freedom, for a peaceful Africa.

At GACLI, we continue to recognize that people are free to make decisions that are best for them, and they deserve respect for their life-choices as rational beings.

Writers are free to send a copy of their articles to info@acforliberty.org. These articles should not be more than 800 words and should be in Word format. Such works should address issues that promote the objectives of the organization, which include the advocacy of freedom, tolerance, and peace.

As Frederic Bastiat rightly puts it,
“Life, liberty, and property do not exist because men have made laws. On the contrary, it was the fact that life, liberty, and property existed beforehand that caused men to make laws in the first place.”

Welcome to Global African Christians for Liberty Initiative.





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