What should the democracy of the future look like? Which institutional changes are required to cope with the challenges of a globalised and digital world? And how can we include people more effectively in political decision-making processes? The Democracy Lab brought together stakeholders from civil society, academia and politics in order to find answers to these questions. In our final report, we present our ideas, projects and results of the first project phase.
On 28 June, the Democracy Lab of Das Progressive Zentrum will host the second Innocracy – Conference in Berlin.
One year after the first #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw, the second bilateral Polish-German exchange was launched on 12 February 2018. Representatives of academia, civil society, and culture from Germany and Poland met to discuss the rise of populism in Europe as well as possible democratic innovations to address this phenomenon. An open debate with Manuel Sarrazin was concluded with an input by Paul Mason, offering a broader, global perspective.
Second #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw
Das Progressive Zentrum together with its Polish partner, Ferdinand Lassalle Centre for Social Thought, will host the Polish-German #EuropeanTownHall Meeting, an open debate with Manuel Sarrazin – Member of the German Bundestag and Vice-Chairman of the Polish-German Parliamentary Group, concluded with an input by Paul Mason – British broadcaster and author.
On 12 February 2018, Das Progressive Zentrum together with the Ferdinand Lassalle Centre for Social Thought will host the second #EuropeanTownHall Meeting in Warsaw.