Landecker Democracy Fellows' News
Keep up-to-date on the work of our Landecker Democracy Fellows
Landecker Democracy Fellows are change-makers based in the EU, UK, and USA with innovative ideas to form unique and lasting ties among communities that are increasingly drifting apart. Coming from diverse backgrounds, they build bridges through projects that enable our societies to unpack and address historic and contemporary systems of inequality. In partnership with the Alfred Landecker Foundation, we launched The Landecker Democracy Fellowship to support 30 young professionals and visionaries in realizing their project ideas that strengthen democracy in times of COVID-19. The following news items highlight the work our Fellows do in their respective communities.
Aurora Cultural Celebration
Senior Landecker Fellow Erica Dorn is hosting a special celebration culminating the "Civic Conversations Project" by Suburb Futures, Erica's platform.
What is more Jewish than the diversity of voices?
Senior Landecker Fellow Jelle Zijlstra was interviewed by Tachles, a Swiss newspaper, about his project.
Suburb Futures Newsletter
Senior Landecker Fellow Erica Dorn's platform titled Suburb Futures has a new newsletter.
Suburb Futures has a Podcast!
Suburb Futures, a platform created by Landecker Senior Fellow Erica Dorn, has launched its own podcast!
Poetry of Belonging workshop to be featured at UC Davis
University of California in Davis is set to welcome participants to the "Poetry of Belonging" creative writing workshop. The event is organized by Landecker Fellow Nikola Lero as part of his Fellowship.
Algorithmic discrimination is ruining lives and the EU has a chance to end it
Landecker Fellow Noah Schöppl co-wrote an opinion piece on algorithmic discrimination published by the prominent Tagesspiegel Background.
Solidarity with refugees - Against pushbacks and E.U. criminal migration policy
Senior Landecker Fellow Iason Apostolopoulos is speaking at the 'Aus der Nacht heraus 5' Film festival for an evening dedicated to solidarity with refugees.
As AI Spreads, Will We Get Regulation Right?
Landecker Fellow Ayden Férdeline was cited as an expert in a Pew Research Center research focusing on changes in digital life as we know it.