Collaborating for Resilient Democracy

Democracy is at risk around the globe.

To strengthen it, we need fresh ways of thinking and collaborating.

Join us for a thought-provoking discussion around the future of democracy.

This webinar will take place

March 25, 2021
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PDT | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
| 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM CET | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CAT

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What makes a democracy resilient? As authoritarianism, polarisation, and misinformation threaten democracies around the globe, trust and collaboration are essential to their survival.

It takes intention and hard work to cultivate and sustain democracy. It is up to the people to share a collective voice and take action together. 

For democracy to work, we must be willing to listen to and learn from one another.

In this webinar, members of the global Reos Partners team will draw on their decades of experience to discuss successful strategies used around the world to strengthen democracies.

Attendees will take away:

  • Insight into different possible futures for democracy
  • What it takes to ensure democracies remain resilient in the face of threats
  • Practical steps you can employ in your own organizations and communities to facilitate and strengthen democratic participation

Don't miss this webinar, which comes at a crucial time
for democracies around the world.

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Adam Kahane

Adam Kahane is a Director of the Reos Partners office in Montreal and a leading organizer, designer, and facilitator of processes through which leaders can work together to address challenges. He has worked in more than fifty countries with executives, politicians, generals, guerrillas, civil servants, trade unionists, community activists, United Nations officials, clergy, and artists. Adam is the author of multiple books including the forthcoming Facilitating Breakthrough.

Adam Kahane

Mille Bojer

Mille Bojer is a Reos Partners Director based in Geneva. She led the Alerta Democratica project addressing the future of democracy in Latin America, and has worked on several large-scale, multi-stakeholder projects addressing challenges including Education, Civil Society, Health, Justice, and Sustainable Development. Mille is co-author of Mapping Dialogue: Essential Tools for Social Change, which outlines a variety of transformative dialogue tools and change processes.

Andrew Akpan

Andrew Akpan, a Mandela Rhodes Scholar (2018), is a Senior Consultant with the Reos Partners office in Johannesburg. Andrew has worked on several long-term multi-stakeholder projects in different geographical contexts. He is currently leading a project with the Atlantic Institute to help its Senior Fellows catalyse action towards Covid-19 vaccines equity. He is passionate about the progress of Africa, and is determined to help champion systemic interventions around governance and policy particularly in his country of Nigeria.


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