Global Youth Activism Amidst Democratic Decay

Democracy Moves' Second Annual Conference
  • 11:00-15:00 ET each day (08:00 San Francisco, 12:00 São Paulo, 15:00 GMT, 16:00 Lagos, 18:00 Nairobi)

 

Conference Overview:

For the second year, Democracy Moves, an international coalition of youth activists across the world focused on improving democratic conditions in their respective communities, will hold a multi-day virtual convening. We will gather hundreds of youth activists and scholars from around the world over three days to showcase organizational leaders who work with youth activists, young people themselves, and scholars focused on effective examples of youth activism.  The conference will be in English but offer Spanish translation services. 

To register, click here or on any of the events below. 

Click to download the Conference Speakers overview or Conference Schedule. You can also download the documents below. 

 

Additional Information

The Scholars Network is co-organized by the SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University and the Research Hub for Youth Organizing at University of Colorado Boulder.

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Cultivating Youth Activism

A global conversation in a time of democratic crisis

Conference Highlights

 

The virtual conference will connect youth activists with civics practitioners and scholars from around the world in order to discuss the best practices of youth advocacy and challenges facing democracy in the current moment. Bringing together stakeholders from all corners of the world, including Thailand, India, South Sudan, Paraguay, and more, these two days will foster connections between disparate movements, inspire greater efficacy in the global fight for democracy and justice, and set the stage for future collaboration and conversations

 

Additional Information

Presented by the SNF Agora Institute with support from the Global Network for Youth Action.

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Remember, Reflect, Recommit: Celebrating Women’s Suffrage

Join the SNF Agora Institute as we explore the many ways women have used voting, legislating, and other forms of civic engagement to shape our democracy.

To recognize the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, the SNF Agora Institute will host a virtual conference that will explore the multiple ways women have—historically and today—used voting, legislating, and other forms of civic engagement to shape our democracy.

Additional Information

This conference is sponsored by Johns Hopkins University's Women's Suffrage Centennial Commemoration.