Open Borders Day is held every year on March 16, to commemorate the launch of Open Borders: The Case, the website, back on March 16, 2012. The day was first celebrated in 2014, and you can see a roundup of last year’s posts here. Open Borders Day this year was bigger and better, with much of the focus this year being on the Open Borders Manifesto.
Posts from the site
- Three years of open borders, the introductory announcement for the day.
- Open Borders Manifesto (also published as a site page for a permanent home).
- Fourth-year priorities for Open Borders: The Case by Vipul Naik.
Posts from elsewhere on the Internet
- The Other Cause of Immigrant Idleness by Bryan Caplan of EconLog. Though not about Open Borders Day per se, post was marked by Caplan as his contribution for the occasion.
- The Open Borders Manifesto by Bryan Caplan, linking to and quoting in entirety the Open Borders Manifesto.
- mr. president, tear down this wall! by Fabio Rojas at orgtheory.net.
- The Open Borders Manifesto by Alex Tabarrok at Marginal Revolution.
- Open Borders Day 2015 – Some links on the case for free international migration by Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy, a group blog of law professors published on the Washington Post website.
- Dissolving Borders by Chad Nelson for the Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS).
- Another World is Possible: Happy Open Borders Day! by Nathan Goodman for the Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS).
- Open all borders, end all national boundaries. A Manifesto. by Charles Johnson at the Rad Geek People’s Daily, proposed a modified and more radical version of the Open Borders Manifesto.
- Happy Open Borders Day! by Nathan Goodman at the Students for Liberty blog.
- The Open Borders Manifesto by Lars Christensen on his blog, The Market Monetarist.
- Free-Movement Advocates Celebrate 2nd Annual Open Borders Day. Over 100 Signatories Call for Broad Reform to Global Migration Laws by Rebeca Morla, Pan Am Post.
You can also see all tweets with the #OpenBordersDay hashtag here.
You can also read some criticism of Open Borders Day at the (NSFW, PG-13) mpcdot forum.