Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT
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Ashley Morse 
Public Agenda 

Global Learning on Democratic Innovation: Healing Racial Wounds & Promoting Racial Justice 

This webinar will discuss healing racial and ethnic discrimination and restoring a sense of justice after periods of conflict. In particular, we will examine lessons learned from truth and reconciliation commissions. Featuring speakers from Canada and the United States, this event will draw upon the experience of leaders who have used innovative and successful approaches to heal discriminatory histories and take steps to move forward. Speakers include:
  • Kim Campbell, Prime Minister of Canada (1993)
  • Bonny Ibhawoh, Professor, McMaster University; Participedia
  • James Malloy, President, International City / County Management Association
  • Moderator: Martha McCoy, Executive Director, Everyday Democracy 

The Global Learning on Democratic Innovation series, presented by Public AgendaClub de Madrid, and Participedia, brings together panelists and moderators from around the world to discuss global innovations in various areas of democratic life, with a focus on nourishing the renewal of shared societies in situations of political polarization, democratic deficit and racial tensions.