Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Awards

Twenty-five years celebrating outstanding publications produced by independent public policy research institutes.

For his defense of freedom and dedication to liberty, Atlas Network’s founder Antony Fisher was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1988. Only weeks after this great honor was bestowed upon him, Sir Antony passed away. In 1990, through the generosity of his relatives and many friends, Atlas Network established the Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Awards to commemorate Fisher’s ideals and achievements.

The Fisher Award recognizes the institutes that published a book, magazine, report, monograph, or study that, in the opinion of a panel of external judges, has had demonstrable impact and made the greatest contribution to public understanding of the free society. To qualify for this year’s 2014 award, the publication year should be 2013 or 2014. Applications are now closed. If you have questions about the Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Awards, please do not hesitate to contact gonzalo.schwarz@atlasnetwork.org.

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