Reem Ibrahim awarded Linda Whetstone Scholarship
Kristian Niemietz quoted in The Telegraph
Christopher Snowdon writes for The Critic
In honour of Linda’s extraordinary work promoting freedom around the world, 30 percent of Reem’s time will now be spent on growing the IEA’s international network and communications.
Alison Rankin Frost, who is kindly funding this scholarship, had this to say:
“Linda’s contribution to identifying and resolving barriers to opportunity and prosperity was extraordinary. This Scholarship celebrates her international reach and influence. We hope that her name and her work, being carried forward in this way, will encourage others, throughout the world, to recognise that all people can live in greater freedom.”
The mission of the Institute of Economic Affairs is to improve understanding of the fundamental institutions of a free society by analysing and expounding the role of markets in solving economic and social problems. The IEA is a registered educational charity and independent of all political parties.