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Prize for Liberty

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The Prize for Liberty (Prijs voor de Vrijheid in Dutch, sometimes translated as Prize of Liberty, Liberty Award or Prize for Freedom) is an annual award granted by the Flemish classical liberal think tank Libera!. It is considered to be one of the most important political honours in the Low Countries.

Every laureate is to hold a so-called Gustave de Molinari Lecture upon receiving the award, named after the French/Belgian liberal philosopher Gustave de Molinari. The prize was created by Nova Civitas in 2003 and awarded annually ever since. Since 2010, the prize is awarded by Libera!, the political heir to the disbanded Nova Civitas think tank.

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