Monday, January 24, 2011

Barun Mitra lecture, Jan. 27, FNF Manila

A good friend, Barun Mitra, founder and Director of Liberty Institute in Delhi, India, will be in Manila this week. He will speak in a Population conference in Sulo Hotel, Quezon City.

On January 27, Thursday, 6:30 pm, he will speak on Population and development: Reaping the demographic dividend. Venue will be the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) Manila office,
4/F La Fuerza Plaza 2
2241 Sabio St., Don Chino Roces Ave.
Makati City.

This is not far from from Magallanes interchange in Edsa.

My picture with Barun last May 2010 in Chicago, during the Heartland's 4th International Conference on Climate Change (4th ICCC).

Barun is a friendly and very intelligent, very articulate guy with clear loud voice. He can talk on many topics -- rule of law, philosophy of democracy, free trade, limited government, IPR and health, climate realism and policy, among others.

This event is free, no registration fee, open to the public. If interested, kindly drop me a brief message at, so we can have some headcount for the food.

See you then.

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