All Articles about Civil Rights
Podcast episodes made for the Dutch elections, focusing on key themes in debates regarding diversity and political representation.
Law and Racism - Seminar Series in Cooperation with @Generation 2.0 and the Anasa Cultural Center
As her Action Project, Senior Fellow Chryssa Mela organized a seminar series on Law and Racism in cooperation with @Generation 2.0 and Anasa Cultural Center. This seminar engaged Greek law school students and recent graduates with institutional racism in the Greek legal context.
If You're Feelin' Civic
As her Action Project, Senior Fellow Irene Franco Rubio created "If You're Feelin' Civic" - a youth digital community organizing hub for BIPOC activists and organizers.
Fellows Rachel Bell and Alex Rossen founded Zikaron, a project committed to mending historical trauma in the 21st century through activism and storytelling.
Dignified Housing for Migrants in Brussels
With the help of a few volunteers, 2022 Sarajevo Fellow Amée Zoutberg assembled 55 care packages that were disseminated amongst unhoused and undocumented people in Brussels.
Hungarian Agroecology Network: Weaving the Net for Socially and Environmentally Just Food Systems
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Lili aims to disseminate knowledge about agroecology and food sovereignty, to connect people, to advocate for the scaling out and up of agroecology, and to conduct projects, studies, and publications with and for its members.
Beyond Black Mirror: Understanding Social Scoring in Europe
For his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Maciej attempts to shed light on European social scoring practices. To do this, he is producing a limited series podcast and launching a public dialogue exchange.
Tools for Democracy
As his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Nuno is building tools to increase citizens’ democratic engagement.
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Melissa is developing Project Civis, a digital learning platform for those hoping to become U.S. citizens. Project Civis allows one to practice for the naturalization test through mock interviews to increase their confidence on interview day, and ultimately participate in the US democracy!
As their Landecker Action Project, Jo is creating "Comapping," looking at how maps can be used as a tool for democracy. Through running workshops and building open-source software, the project supports communities to use participatory mapping to share who they are, where they live and what's important to them.