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DemocracyXChange Festival in Review

November 10, 2020

The DemocracyXChange Festival featured virtual workshops, events and creative sessions from 17 community partners across Canada. Participants were able to further engage, activate and deepen learnings from the DemocracyXChange Summit. Catch up on a selection of the events hosted by the following organizations:

Massey College
Promoting Democracy Abroad

Canadian Interfaith Conversation
Faith as a Vehicle for Dialogue: A View From the Community 

Crowdsourcing Global Knowledge About Democratic Innovations – An Introduction

Feedback Frames
Participatory Democracy in Action

Whipped Book Launch: Alex Marland in Conversation with Megan Leslie

Mosaic Institute
Mosaic in Dialogue: Constitutional Democracy Under Stress

Fair Vote Canada
The Way Forward for Electoral Reform in Canada: Why a National Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform? 

Holy Climate Action, Batman! Building Consensus Through eDemocracy in Gotham City

SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
Beyond Inclusion: Equity in Democratic Engagement

Democratic Engagement Exchange
One Year Later: Reflections on the One Year Anniversary of the Canadian Election

OJEN (Ontario Justice Education Network)
Teaching Law as a System with the Access To Justice Game