Open Borders Day is an annual international event to celebrate the prospect of open borders and spread the word about it. it is held every year on March 16, in honor of the launch of the Open Borders: The Case website on March 16, 2012 (you can read the site story here). Open Borders Day was first celebrated in 2014.
This is the second Open Borders Day. Blog posts:
- 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.
- Open Borders Day 2015 roundup offers a roundup of posts from around the web in response to Open Borders Day.
This was the first Open Borders Day. The site saw 2,251 views on Sunday, March 16 (GMT) and over 2,262 views on Monday, March 17 (GMT). The number of Facebook likes increased from about 1,126 to 1,221 in the three-day interval surrounding Open Borders Day.
Below are listed the main blog posts:
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