The Democracy School’s spring series of Reboot Dialogues and Interviews kicks off live on YouTube on Tuesday, the 26th of April 2022, at 16:00 hours (CET). As usual, our programme features a great line-up of transformational thinkers, activists and innovators from around the world.
In support of Ukraine and Ukrainians everywhere, for 1 hour at 20:00 CET, on the first Wednesday of every month, the lights will go out across Europe.
Thanks to everyone who has backed our campaign and petition in support of Ukraine and Ukrainians thus far. It’s been really heart-warming to see people coming together across national borders, time zones and languages. Participants didn’t just come from different places, but also different walks of life, generations and social groups. This resonance is beautiful.
Our Pilot Series of Reboot Dialogues launched on October the 26th, at 16:00 hours (CET) with Chris Hamer as our guest, who joined us from Sydney to talk about supranational democracy and global federalism. This was followed by four further dialogues with guests from London (John Bunzl on Destructive Global Competition), Pisa (Roberto Castaldi on European federalism), Copenhagen (Lene R. Andersen on education) and Munich (Young-Jin Choi on carbon prizing and the idea of a climate income).
Reboot2030, the Democracy School's YouTube channel launches with weekly dialogues on Tuesday, the 26th of October. Join us on YouTube at 16:00 hours (CET). Our launch programme features a great line-up of pathbreaking thinkers, activists and innovators from around the world.
To gage the level of interest in contributing to Reboot2030, we have been reaching out to activists, public intellectuals, scientists and artists around the world - and the response so far has been just amazing! The project clearly strikes a cord, so that we have now decided to gear up for a soft launch in late October 2021.