Los jóvenes y la democracia liberal

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On March 8 Amanda Kanange & Michel Nentwig, of IFLRY, presented their perspectives on the current political situation in Sweden and in Germany, emphasizing the concerns and public preferences of young people.

What do young people think about democracy? How do they perceive this system and the previous generations that were involved in it? How is democratic participation lived in Germany and in Europe? What perspectives, suggestions and constructive criticism can be raised for Argentina and Latin America? We invite you to this meeting with a group of young Germans, in the first Naumann Chair meeting of the year, coordinated ty the management team of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in Argentina.

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Speakers

 

Amanda Kanange

Amanda Kanange

Amanda is the President of IFLRY and mainly responsible for the external and political representation of the organization as well as IFLRY’s engagement in Africa, Climate Change and Female Leadership Programme. Amanda is also a politically elected official serving as a city councillor and is a candidate for parliament for the Swedish Liberal Party in Sweden’s 2022 elections. Amanda holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political science and a Master of Laws. Amanda frequently trains in topics such as youth, women and marginalised groups’ participation in politics, public speaking and sustainability.

Michel Nentwig

Michel Nentwig

Michel is IFLRY’s Secretary General and is mainly responsible for the administration of the organization, IFLRY’s engagement in the MENA region, the Caucasus and for Free Trade. He has training experience in the fields of liberal networks, civic spaces and populism. Professionally, Michel was trained in the financial industry and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Banking and Finance. Michel is from Germany.

Presentan:

Dr. Lars-André Richter

Dr. Lars-André Richter

Responsable de las actividades de la Fundación Naumann para la Libertad en Argentina y Paraguay. Estudió humanidades en Berlín, Paris, Leipzig y Tübingen y obtuvo su doctorado de Filosofía en 2008 en la Universidad Humboldt de Berlín.

 

Dr. Matías Ilivitzky

Dr. Matías Ilivitzky

Analista de cuestiones políticas y de relaciones internacionales. Licenciado y Profesor en Ciencia Política por la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Doctor en Ciencias Sociales por la Universidad de Buenos Aires, en donde ha sido docente e investigador. Managing Director del Centro Friedman Hayek de la Universidad del CEMA, en donde también es docente.

 

Fecha Cursada Idioma Requisito
Fecha
8 de marzo, 15 h.
Modalidad
Presencial
En inglés con traducción simultánea Inscripción
Libre, no arancelada, previa inscripción

 

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