The end of history is over. The future of democracy will now depend on the ability of civic actors to both create solutions for dilemmas of automation, digitalization, and globalization that are disorienting their communities, and forge transnational coalitions to stave off the challenge of globally connected extremes.
Our Marshall Seminar on the Frontier of Democracy, in Kiev April 20 to 22, will explore precisely these and other open-ended issues, allowing members of GMF’s transatlantic network to identify areas for collaboration and move onto action.
GMF's Marshall Seminars address leadership issues for which there is no clarity of solution. Lasting from two to three days, they allow GMF's smart-power network to gather for an exchange of strategies and best practices and brainstorm next steps and opportunities to collaborate. Set in the cities that best showcase the dynamics of issues being examined, the seminars provide a highly stimulating environment for innovative thinking and transformative action.
GMF's Marshall Seminars are exclusive to GMF alumni, including those from the Marshall Memorial Fellowship, Manfred Wörner Seminar, Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network, Transatlantic Forum for Migration and Integration, Asmus Policy Entrepreneurs Fellowship, APSA Congressional Fellowship, and New Länder Fellowship.
For more information on Marshall Seminars, please reach out to Filip Vojvodic Medic at firstname.lastname@example.org.