2018 International Youth Day

Re-Imagining Democracy: in search of silenced voices

 

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Tell us: What does democracy mean to you? How are youth in your community putting democracy in action? What are the threats to democracy today? What does your ideal democracy look like? Your piece can be in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese.

Diversity- We are One! Art that celebrate, feature and empower people of many different intersectional identities (gender, race, sexuality, age, ethnicity, nationality, etc.) Culture and society - Breaking Barriers for all! Art that showcases intercultural-interreligious integration and “decoloniality” Economic justice - Art that speaks to solidarity economies, democratisation of labour, youth social entrepreneurship and just transition Unsilenced youth/ silenced youth - Hear my voice! The experience of driving a rights-based agenda: organising, speaking up, mobilising
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