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Jun 20
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Now more than ever, governments, civil society, companies, and communities are being called upon to find new ways of working together to tackle the problems facing our world.

"These efforts must draw on the radical imaginations of our artists, the moral courage of our activists, the innovation of community organizers, the agenda-setting influence of our media, the values of our civil society leaders, the infrastructure of the private sector, and the reach of our public institutions.?

The difficult work of building trust among new collaborators, defining a shared agenda from diverse perspectives, and coordinating efforts between vastly different types of players—from the hyperlocal, grassroots groups to distributed, international agencies—can seem even more challenging today. And yet, it is also more necessary than ever.

While the urgency of the last few months might lead us to scramble for quick-fixes and blanket solutions, the real opportunity lies in the balance between responding effectively to the pressing challenges of today, and laying the foundation for more just, equitable societies into the future. Join Panthea Lee and Alyssa Kropp to find out how.

Session details

This session will be an introductory workshop, where you will be guided through some activities that prompt you to think about how to set up collaborations. 

The session will run for 1 hour, with an optional additional 30minutes for Q&A at the end.

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Panthea Lee
Panthea is the Executive Director of Reboot. In over 30 countries, she's facilitated unlikely but transformative collaborations between communities, activists, and institutions to advance social justice. Panthea has led global co-creation processes to protect civic space, tackle corruption, strengthen participatory democracy, reform international agencies, and drive media innovation.
Alyssa Kropp
Alyssa blends design strategy with project management to uncover and implement creative, practical ideas for Reboot’s programs—integrating her years of experience coordinating and leading international development projects across 10 countries in Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
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