Future of Democracy
Why is trust in institutions evaporating? And yet trust in peers is on the rise? Is Brexit, Trump, and the rise of the minor parties across the world all about those who feel left behind? How do we now address the growing disillusionment with the establishment while strengthening our democracy?
Will the new ways of including people in decision making help us create a more inclusive world?
Join Professors Alexander Betts and Beth Noveck to explore developments in global democracy.
Prof. Beth Noveck
Beth Simone Noveck directs the Governance Lab (GovLab) and its MacArthur Research Network on Opening Governance. She is the Jerry M. Hultin Global Network Professor at New York University’s Tandon...
Prof. Alexander Betts
In media and in public debate, refugees are routinely portrayed as a burden. Alexander Betts explores ways societies might empower refugees rather than pushing them to the margins and provides actionable solutions proven to ...
Indy Johar is a Graham Willis Professor. Over the course of the last 15 years he has co-founded and established a RIBA London Building of Year award winning Architectural Practice - Architecture 00, as well as multiple socia...
As Director of Strategic Engagement in the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Gail leads the State Government’s open innovation program. Gail is responsible delivering the Open State festival –...
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