The worldwide network grows!
Operating a non-profit organization that can transfer liberal ideas, values, and our code of ethics into specific action plans. Our organization will contribute to the development of Egyptian individuals and institutions.
The annual Alumni meeting was organized for the first time in 2002 to give the Pakistani Alumni a chance to exchange experiences and work together. This practice has continued and the fourth Alumni meeting was organized on November 10th 2005 at Islamabad.
To go beyond the obvious and understand more, to collect at regular intervals and grow as a family of Indian liberals, to have some effect on our larger society are just some of the reasons why it was decided to eventually form a more structured FNSt Alumni Group in India in September 2006.
Since 2004 the Israeli Alumni have been engaged in an effort to get organized as a liberal action group. In a convention in June 2004, where more than 40 Alumni gathered, the participants made a common decision to become active as disseminators of the liberal idea in their society and region.
The first FNF Malaysian alumni reunion has witnessed the formation of a 'FNF Alumni Network' (FAN-Malaysia) to further promote liberalism in the country. The meeting was held at a college in the capital of Kuala Lumpur, alongside with the first German Alumni Conference on March 11 and 12, 2006.
The Philippine Friedrich Naumann Foundation Alumni Group is organized to further the development of liberal ideals and democratic processes discussed in the International Academy for Leadership (IAF). It serves as a network not only for Philippine alumni to keep in touch, but creates an opportunity for each of them to serve as a possible resource person in the advancement of the liberal movement.
The Liberal Youth of Slovakia is NGO actively working with young people who characterize themselves as liberals and who want to work with liberal issues. Our goal is to spread peacefully the main message of liberalism to people in the Slovak society. Organization is open to all people no matter how old or how young they feel to be.
Since 2002 the Alumni Group Argentina organizes their activities according to the needs and interests of their members, under reference of working in a network and without a formal structure.
Including the Alumni from Uruguay and Paraguay the group amounts to about 65 members.
This Palestinian group is more a liberal Forum than an Alumni group. Many of them are Alumni of FNF but not all of them. They gave themself the working name: Freedoms Forum Palestine
The Russian Alumni are devided into 5 groups: Moscow, Perm, Barnaul/Altaj, Jekaterinburg and Taschkent/Usbekistan.
Republic of Korea
Year of Establishment: 2002
Amount of Members: 13
Meetings: irregularly, at least one time a year
Contact: Hwang, Hee, the Presidential Office of ROK
Since late 1996, 41 Cambodians from 32 governmental and non-governmental organizations have got the opportunity to participate in the IAF seminars in Germany; supported by The Friedrich Naumann Foundation. For many of the participants, the trip to Germany to attend this international event was their first oversea journey. It was remembered by full of surprises and unforgotten experiences.