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As the number of pages and resources on the World Wide Web and Internet are so extensive the following is only a limited list of sites that have material on the individuals rights legally and economically.  We have divided up the page for ease of search.

Individual sites may be listed under more than one category

Australian Sites of Interest

Think Tanks

Other Sites of Interest

 

Other Sites of Interest

The following sites may be of interest to those wishing more on the rights and freedoms of the individual.

AUSTRALIAN SITES OF INTEREST
The Institute for Public Affairs Australia's oldest Public Policy Institute. Has a great deal of interesting material on Regulation.
The Institute for Private Enterprise Founded by Des Moore, a new but very active institute & site.
The Centre for Independent Studies A very dynamic think tank based in Sydney Australia.
The H.R. Nicholls Society Founded to promote debate on Industrial Relations and the individuals freedom to contract for their labour.
The Samuel Griffith Society Founded to promote debate on Constitutional Matters and the individuals relationship to the state.
The Lavoisier Group Founded to enter the debate on the political use of science. Especially with regard to the Kyoto Accords
Still Waiting for Greenhouse An important site on the misuse of science for anti-business goals.
The Private Doctors of Australia A group of Australian doctors fighting for the right of a doctor patient relationship without government intervention.
BrookesNews.com The successor site to the successful 'New Australian'. Media commentary and economics from the viewpoint of the 'Austrian School'.
Prodos.com Home page to an exciting group of Projects by Prodos, including web streamed audio and the educational 'Discover Capitalism' concept.
Laissez Faire - The Adam Smith Club The journal of the Adam Smith Club. Also announces the latest dinner topics and speakers.
The Australian Libertarian Society The national libertarian group, based in the ACT, has a running blog commentary - well worth a look. They also hold a monthly dinner for those in Canberra on the first Friday of the month.

 

 
   THINK TANKS & INSTITUTES  
The Institute for Public Affairs
(Australia)
Australia's oldest Public Policy Institute. Has a great deal of interesting material on Land Rights and Aboriginal Affairs.
The Institute for Justice
(United States)
If you seek a courtroom champion for individual liberty, free market solutions, and limited government, look only as far as the Institute for Justice. Welcome to the site of the public interest law firm that's in court on behalf of your rights
The Institute for Private Enterprise
(Australia)
Founded by Des Moore, a new but very active institute & site.
Libertarian.Org
(United States)
Libertarian.Org, Home Page for Libertarianism
New Zealand Business Roundtable
(New Zealand)
A business organisation that deals seriously with issues of governance and liberty.
The Town Hall
(United States)
A great web site. Links conservative and Classical liberal sites and organisations. It is also a clearinghouse for subscriptions to various newsletters.
The Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy
(United States)
One of the foremost Think Tanks in the United States. One of the impressive chain founded by Fisher.
The Fraser Institute
(Canada)
Founded by Sir Anthony Fisher - Canadas leading free market Think Tank. Founded in 1974 to redirect public attention to the role markets can play in providing for the economic and social well-being of Canadians.
The Ludwig Von Mises Institute
(United States)
'Advancing the scholarship of liberty in the tradition of the Austrian School'
The Centre for Independent Studies
(Australia)
A very dynamic think tank based in Sydney Australia.
The H.R. Nicholls Society
(Australia)
Founded to promote debate on Industrial Relations and the individuals freedom to contract for their labour.
The Samuel Griffith Society
(Australia)
Founded to promote debate on Constitutional Matters and the individuals relationship to the state.
The Cato Institute
(UnitedStates)
One of Washington DC's Leading Policy research Think Tanks. Public Policy Analysis, Limited Government, Free Markets.
The Heritage Foundation
(United States)
Founded in 1973, The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institute -- a think tank -- whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense. 
Still Waiting for Greenhouse
(Australia)
An important site on the misuse of science for anti-business goals.
The Private Doctors of Australia
(Australia)
A group of Australian doctors fighting for the right of a doctor patient relationship without government intervention.
The Independent Institute
(United States)
The mission of The Independent Institute is to transcend the all-too-common politicization and superficiality of public policy research and debate, redefine the debate over public issues, and foster new and effective directions for government reform.
Canadian Property Rights Research Institute
(Canada)
CanPRRI seeks to reach all Canadians with the mission to research the individual's right to own property in creating a free and prosperous society. Where property rights work to preserve environmental quality and enhance economic prosperity, the intent of the Institute is in discovering ways of improving the function of property rights. Where they do not work, the intent is to objectively document why.
Adam Smith Institute
(UK)
Private and independent economic policy institute. Has extended its capability to promote market-based economic reform ideas internationally and its staff now advise government leaders and train government officials across five continents.
Adam Smith Institute
(United States)
A Californian institite for economic growth through free enterprise, through the fostering of private property and enterprise. They also support the seperation of powers and a strong national defence
Institute of Economic Affairs
(UK)
The Mission of The Institute of Economic Affairs is to improve public understanding of the fundamental institutions of a free society, with particular reference to the role of markets in solving economic and social problems.
The Hong Kong Centre for Economics Research
(Hong Kong)
Aim is to support research and to publish and promote authoritative studies on important public policy issues which enhance public understanding of economic affairs and provide government with alternative policy choices.
St. Lawrence Institute for the Advancement of Learning
(Canada)
Philosophical outlook is based on respect for individual liberty, value of ideas, rule of law and free enterprise. 
The David Hume Institute
(Scotland)

 

The aims and objectives of the Institute are to promote discourse and research on economic and legal aspects of public policy questions.

 

International Centre for Economic Growth
(International Network)
Our mission is to improve the lives and opportunities of all people in emerging markets. ICEG works with a network of more than 300 institutes which include more than 5,000 economists, former central bank presidents, ministers and heads-of-state from over 100 countries.
Advocates for Self-Government
(United States)
A Libertarian site with plenty of interest including their Celebrity Libertarian page.
Foundation for Economic Education
(United States)
FEE is a "home" for friends of freedom everywhere. It was founded in 1946 by Leonard E. Read and given direction by its adviser, the eminent Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises. Throughout the years FEE's mission has remained resolute: to study the moral and intellectual foundation of a free society and to share its knowledge with individuals everywhere. 
The Institute for Humane Studies
(United States)
Educational institute. Searches for moral arguments and scholarship which support the free society; discovers, encourages and supports scholars in the social sciences. 
International Society for Individual Liberty
(United States)
We are an association of individuals and organizations with members in over 80 countries dedicated to building a free and peaceful world, respect for individual rights and liberties, and an open and competitive economic system based on voluntary exchange and free trade.
E-ZINES AND JOURNALS
BrookesNews.com
(Australia)
The succesor to the successful New Australian site, media commentary and economics from an Austrian School standpoint.
The Other Side of the News
(United States)
Part of the 'Vast Right Wing Conspiracy Group'. Offers scathing attacks on American left wing icons. Not for the faint hearted.
Free Republic
(USA)
Who are we? Free Republic is a loosely organized group of grassroots Americans who support our Constitution and look for honesty, integrity and honor from those in government.
Sommaire Le Quebecois Libre
(Canada/Quebec)
Bi-lingual site that is devoted to opposing interventionist and activist governments.
Policy.com Homepage
(United States)
Commercial site aimed at policy developers and academics, good columists, regularly updated.
Atlantic Institute for Market Studies
(Canada)
Independent economic and social policy think tank. Sponsors research of highest standards of objectivity and comprehensiveness, with view to determining whether and to what extent market-based solutions can be successfully applied to social and economic problems facing Atlantic Canada.
Environment Probe
(Canada)
Founded in 1970. Mission is to educate Canadians to benefits of sound resource use; promote democratic process by encouraging individual responsibility and accountability; provide business, government, and public with information on energy, environmental, and related issues; help Canada contribute to global harmony and prosperity.
Laissez Faire - The Adam Smith Club
(Australia)
The journal of the Adam Smith Club. Also announces the latest dinner topics and speakers.
Liberty Unbound/LIBERTY magazine
(United States)
This is the web site for Liberty magazine, the monthly libertarian (classical liberal, or individualist) review of thought, culture and politics. 
The American Enterprise Magazine
(United States)
Home Page for the well known magazine, offers summaries and subscription information.
The Common Conservative: Practical conservative magazine offering political commentary and editorials.
(USA)
We are a web magazine featuring political commentary from the Republican and Libertarian perspective. Our editorials attack liberalism with both barrels blazing. 
WorldNetDaily -- A Free Press for a Free People
(United States)
WorldNetDaily.com is an independent news agency created to capitalize on new media technology and opportunities, to reinterpret the role of the free press as a guardian of liberty, an exponent of truth and an uncompromising disseminator of news.
REASON Online: Home of REASON Magazine
(United States)
The website of the important and influential free market magazine. Has articles upto but not including the present issue.
Jewish World Review
(United States)
With columists: Cal Thomas, Thomas Sowell, Dr. Laura, Walter Williams, Mona Charen, Jeff Jacoby, Don Feder, Mallard Fillmore
Laissez Faire City Times
(United States)
Great archive of thought from the likes of Ayn Rand, Richard Epstein & Ludwig von Mises. Plenty of current material as well.
Enter Stage Right
(Canada)

 

Monthly conservative ejournal which promotes and stresses ideas of individualism, freedom, and capitalism.

 

OTHER SITES OF INTEREST
Oceania - The Atlantis Project
(Oceania/United States)
Project to start a new country based on a man made island. Project aims to be run on economically liberal lines.
Libertarian Futurist Society
(United States)  
The Libertarian Futurist Society was founded in 1982 to recognize and promote libertarian science fiction.
 
Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership 
(United States)
America's Most Aggressive Defender of Firearms Ownership
Forfeiture Endangers American Rights
(United States)

 

Site dedicated to fighting the growing right of government to seize private property.

 

 

 

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