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Democracy in Crisis? Populism, Polarization, and Civic Engagement | SkollWF 2018



In the last several years, a wave of populist leaders have gained popularity—and in many cases taken office—around the world. As a globalized economy and the automation of work catapults winners and excludes losers, the world’s geopolitical stability has begun to falter. At the same time, we have witnessed a surge in political engagement and activism. What can we learn from major geopolitical shifts of the past, especially in a future that feels more unpredictable than ever?

Anne-Marie Slaughter – Moderator
President and CEO, New America

David Simas – Speaker
CEO, Obama Foundation

Ebrahim Rasool – Speaker

Ece Temelkuran – Speaker

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