Objective Standard Institute (OSI) USA

Objective Standard Institute’s mission is to teach the rising generation about the importance of philosophy, the principles of Ayn Rand’s Objectivism, and related ideas for living fully and advancing liberty.

Toward this end, OSI delivers courses, podcasts, and conferences focused on good thinking for good living. These are geared primarily to students and young adults, but we invite people of all ages to participate. We’ve found that mixed-age interactions foster deeper understanding for everyone involved.

Educational partner
Educational partner

Foundation For Economic Education (FEE) , USA

The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is a tax-exempt, 501(c)3 educational foundation and has been trusted by parents and teachers since 1946 to inspire students with sound economic principles and the entrepreneurial spirit with top-rated in-person seminars and webinars, free books, and online materials for teachers and classrooms, and relevant daily online articles, podcasts, and videos.

FEE’s mission is to inspire, educate, and connect future leaders with the economic, ethical, and legal principles of a free society.


Polekon’s mission is to make political economy accessible to a wider audience. 

Polekon seminars are guided dialogues that help participants explore important ideas in the political economy, develop habits of critical thinking and practice effective habits of communication. Seminars provide an opportunity to engage in a deep, burrowing conversation. They teach participants to think carefully through problems, to question the answers they take for granted, and to bring the habit of introspection into their basic pattern of thought.

Educational partner
Global Outreach partner

Liberty International (LI)

The mission of Liberty International is to bring liberty to every corner of the world by engaging a thriving global network through conferences, camps, and curricula, in order to educate and instill within their constituents the spirit, motivation, and camaraderie to become change agents in their own countries as well as in the United States. 

Liberty International was one of the very first liberty movement organizations to penetrate Eastern Europe, before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Because of its unique, compassionate messaging and ability to work within authoritarian regimes, Liberty International managed to ship books, pamphlets, and other publications into risky environments including Poland, Czechoslovakia, and pre-reform China.