What if you could reshape democracy for the better – and you had twenty years to do so?
That’s the question our panel will be tackling at our #Democracy2043 event, part of the Festival of Debate – and we’ll be asking for your thoughts and ideas, too. Join us in person in Sheffield, or online on May 24. Either way, you can book your free tickets now.
We’ve assembled a panel of really insightful speakers, each of whom will bring a new angle to the question of what we want a better, fairer, more vibrant democracy to look like, and what we need to put in place to get there by 2043.
- Dr Kim Foale, Founder & Studio Lead, Geeks For Social Change
- Emma Geen, Interim Manager, Bristol Disability Equality Forum
- Joy Green, Systemic Futurist
- Immy Kaur, Co-founder and Director, CIVIC SQUARE
- and mySociety’s own Chief Executive Louise Crow
Why are we looking forward twenty years? Well, this is mySociety’s 20th anniversary, and we’re using the opportunity not just to look back on what we’ve done, but to understand what part we must play in the future. The world looks very different now than it did at our beginnings in 2003, and undoubtedly there are seismic societal changes to come.
This event is one part of our ‘futures’ process, helping us to ensure that the services we provide are still relevant and that we can work together to help shape the kind of democracy in which everyone can thrive. We hope you’ll join us and help tackle these complex, but compelling questions.