Inclusive Leadership Summit: Achieving Political Inclusion
Political Inclusion is central to understanding the current state of play as well as constructing a better future in Europe and the United States. However, may continue to question the best way to implement inclusive political practices in an increasingly divided society. GMF has identified four essential areas to achieve political inclusion: inclusive representation in legislatures; inclusive policymaking; civic participation; and election systems.
GMF's Inclusive Leadership Summit - Achieving Political Inclusion will convene from September 19-20 in Paris, France to discuss this timely topic and identify goals and strategies aimed at achieving political inclusion in Europe and the United States across three areas.
Registration is closed for this event.
This signature workshop of GMF's Paris-based Inclusive Leadership Hub convenes annually up to 80 GMF alumni as well as French stakeholders to engage on state-of-the-art practices for inclusive leadership. The workshops bring together those in GMF's smart power network who create and shape pathways for emerging talent of diverse backgrounds to advance across sectors. Organized over two days of knowledge sharing and co-creation, the summit leads to enhanced connectivity and collabration across Europe and the United States.
The Inclusive Leadership Summit invites registration by GMF alumni, including alumni of the Marshall Memorial Fellowship, Manfred Worner Seminar, Transatlantic Inclusion Leaders Network, Transatlantic Forum for Migration and Integration, Asmus Policy Entrepreneurs, APSA Congressional Fellowship, and New Lander Fellowship.