The State of Democracy Abroad and at Home
Democracy and democratic institutions are being challenged around the world. Authoritarianism, nationalism, and populism are on the rise in many countries, including our own, as people question whether democratic politics can deliver what they want. We’ll look at the current state of democracy, examine its prospects going forward and learn what we can do to secure a future for democratic freedom.
Our youth program runs from toddlers though high school students, broken down into different age groups. They meet mornings from 9:50am-12pm and afternoons from1:20pm-3pm, except for the seniors who meet afternoons and evenings. Children’s groups do art projects, explore the island, play games and sing.
Nicole Bibbins Sedaca, Executive Vice President, Freedom House
Gabrielle Bardall, Ph.D., Founder and Principal, Herizon Democracy
Additional speakers to be announced
Minister of the Week
Minister of the week to be announce
Room & Board
The rates below are per person for the full length of the conference.
Standard Shared: $1,169 | Standard Single: $1,590
Motel Shared: $1,439 | Motel Single: $2,112
Under 6: Free | 6-11 years: $541 | 12-17 years: $774
We offer financial assistance. Please see the website for more details. www.internationalaffairsconference.org
July 23: Depart Portsmouth at 2:20 PM, arrive to Star Island at 3:30 PM
July 30: Depart Star Island at 8:50 AM, arrive in Portsmouth at 10:15 AM
Contact conference registrar, Kristin Laverty, at email@example.com or conference chair, Greg Dixon, at firstname.lastname@example.org.