Resilient Democracies – Event series

Tuesday, 11 May 2021, 17:00-19:30 CET via Facebook Democracies around the world are under pressure. […]

11/05/2021
00:00 - 00:00

Tuesday, 11 May 2021, 17:00-19:30 CET via Facebook

Democracies around the world are under pressure. The economic and socio-political performance of democracy has been challenged by right-wing populist movements and the mismanagement of various global crises. The future of social democracy depends to a large extent on how we can build together resistant, resilient and efficient democracies, capable of facing the challenges of the future with our values?


The Progressive Alliance, together with the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) are addressing this question by holding a series of debates at the regional level (Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America) with progressive figures from various backgrounds, before presenting their results in November 2021 during the Global Progressive Forum Conference.

We invite you to join us to share your comments, experiences and thoughts! This event was the first seminar in a series of four. We started with Station 1: Latin America

Programme | Follow the event on Facebook Live 

Opening:

  • Maria JOÃO RODRIGUES, President Foundation of European Progressive Studies – FEPS

Speakers:

  • Epsy CAMPELL BARR, First Vice President Costa Rica
  • César GAVIRIA, Secretary General of Partido Liberal de Colombia, Former President of Colombia
  • David ALTMAN, Chair Political Science Catholic University of Chile
  • Carolina TOHA MORALES, Partido por la Democracia – PPD/Chile, member of Progressive Alliance
  • Luiz DULCI, Vice-Presidente Partido dos Trabalhadores – PT, Brazil
  • Sofia CARVAJAL INSULZA, Mexcio, Executive Secretary of Permanent Conference of Latin American Politicial Parties – COPPAL
  • Javi LOPEZ, MEP, PSC-PSOE Spain, Co-President of Euro-Latinoamerican Parliamentarian Assembly

Moderator:

  •  Conny REUTER, Global Coordinator Progressive Alliance

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