Step 1: Please read this document (and associated documents) first.
Step 2: After that, confirm your agreement with each of the requirements/conditions in the table below. Having done that, you will be taken to a simple application form for the submission. After your form is received by the Team, a Team member will get in touch with you. Please lodge your application only once. It may take some time for our members to respond to the application, given we are all volunteers, but we take care to get in touch with everyone as soon as we can. If you don't hear within 14 days please write to sabhlok at yahoo dot com.
AGE LIMIT: From 31 August, 2009, a new requirement has been imposed – that to apply for FTI membership the applicant must be above the age of 21. Please ensure you meet the age requirement on the date of submitting your application.
14 thoughts on “Who can join the Freedom Team of India?”
I like the group very much. The only reason I am not thinking of joining the group is Condition 2. I personally do not see myself as a forefront political candidate. I think my personality and interests in my opinion will be more suitable for policy making rather than law-making.
Just to give my back-ground quickly, I am a Scientist and I hold a PhD in Chemistry. I am currently in the US and seriously considering relocating to India in a year.
How can I join or participate in your group?
People who want to support freedom in India but not contest elections are welcome to support FTI’s activities in various forms and shapes. Some examples are provided at: http://fti.sabhlokcity.com/support-fti – and more details will be provided in the coming months. Please subscribe to our magazine to get information on such opportunities.
Yours is a terrific initiative towards freedom in india. Like mind people will come forward to support and present freedom india movment,
I LIKE TO JOIN THIS TEAM.BUT MY AGE DONT ALLOW ME SO.I M A STUDENT IN NIT HAMIRPUR..I ALWAYS LOOKED FOR THESE TYPE OF FORCES ..THIS BEGINING IS WORTH APPRECIATION…ALL THE BEST FOR FUTURE…AND YES..I M COMING…..SOOOON……….!!!!!!!!
I’d recommend you join Adharshila (http://adharshila.freedomteam.in/). Adharshila is a branch of Freedom Team of India that focuses on citizen development programs based on liberal principles. While we keep our search on for 1500 leaders it would be worth being informed on our activities and join us from the day you qualify.
I am certainly moved by your candid and lucid account on youtube and appreciate your motive.However, as a group/organization standing for change , understanding the root causes of the perennial issues plaguing our nation seems indispensable.Moreover defining a framework or action plan around these root causes would definitely attract like minded people.
Although the questions posted above could be the result of my lack of knowledge about this movement, any insights to my queries would be highly appreciated
Dear Sandeep, please check the FTI strategy (http://fti.sabhlokcity.com/content/ftis-strategy) and Basic principles (http://fti.sabhlokcity.com/draft-policies). Do some reading around on FTI’s website as well. Thanks.
yesterday evening i have watched your live telecast programe on sanskar tv and am very much impressed from your direction for india and society. i have completed my B.E(EC) from RGPV Bhopal. i want to join FREEDOM TEAM OF INDIA.
Thanks and regards/-
Dhiraj kumar dwivedi
Please read about Who can join Freedom Team of India and if you believe in those conditions then please proceed to apply for FTI membership from the bottom of the same page.
I was really thrilled when I first came across this website/ group that is based on Individual freedom and liberty. I was really keen on joining this group and contributing towards its growth and success, however, I am disappointed to see from the requirements table above that this group stops at Classical Liberalism and doesn't go all the way to Free market Liberalism/ anarcho-Capitalism, which is the logical extension of the concept of individual freedom and liberty to its limit.
In this regard, I wish to kindly suggest to you the following paper that was published in the Journal of Libertarian Studies, Volume 22 (2011): Illiberal Libertarians: Why Libertarianism is not a liberal view, and a good thing too; Reply to Samuel Freeman by Walter Block.
Therefore I request you to reconsider your position, however, even if you do not agree fully with my views I still wish you the very best in your endeavor to offer the people with a governance philosophy that is based on the highly superior values of individual freedom and liberty rather than the extremely fuzzy, misleading and dangerous but very popular concepts like social justice, welfare state, etc.
Here is another article that argues for Mises instead of Hayek:
I registered my self here but i didnt got any reply from your side.
Your application has been received and you will be contacted shortly. Please bear with us in the interim.
I have not yet read about your movement. Will definitely do tht.
But till now whatever I have come across as a process/framework to develop humans, PROUT (developed by Prabhat Ranjan Sircar) seems to be the best. If your team hasn't yet lookedat it then pls do it.