In honor of Earth Day, join us to hear about experiences from the front lines of the local Climate Movement in Basel and learn about ways to get engaged and counteract climate change.
Date and time TBD. RSVP now to preregister and receive updates on this event.
On Sunday the 11th of April Karen Suhaka of the DAUK West Midlands Regional Group will share how to take action on the political issues you care about most.
Join us to hear directly from Karen, founder and catalyst of Billtrack50, who’s worked on American legislative state and federal data management for many years. She has been most generous in giving DA a free subscription to billtrack50.com to research our key policy areas and develop plans to reach legislators and make policy become a reality.
Karen will walk through the basic steps as a bill goes through to become law, talk about how bills are numbered to help you figure who to call, when states are in session so you know when you can call, provide resources to look up who your representatives and their staff are, and help you figure out what’s the best action to take.
This event is sponsored by the Hispanic, Asian American & Pacific Islander, Global Black, LGBTQ+, ProDA, Veterans & Military Families Caucuses, the Taxation Task Force, and the Texans Abroad Squad. All members of DA are invited to join our caucuses, taskforces, and teams and attend our events.
Global Hispanic Caucus <[email protected]>
Asian American & Pacific Islander Caucus [email protected]
Global Black Caucus [email protected]
Global LGBT Caucus <[email protected]>
Progressive Caucus <[email protected]>
Veterans & Military Families Caucus [email protected]
Taxation Taskforce <[email protected]>
Texans Abroad Squad <[email protected]>
Hear from the candidates and ask your questions, so you can determine who to vote for in the 2021-2023 DA Australia Executive Committee Election.
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As always, members are encouraged to join us for our Leadership Calls.
Topic: DACN April Meeting
Time: Apr 11, 2021 08:00 PM Beijing, Shanghai
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Meeting ID: 894 6511 3598
Nothing To Hide (Part 1): Real Time Communication
Join us for our first-ever Spotlight Saxony talk, our recently launched series of member-led discussions. Our first speaker is our very own Communications Coordinator, Kevin Lyle.
The talk will be an introduction to digital privacy and data security within real-time communication apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal – and why it matters.
An updated description is coming soon!
We welcome any and all who wish to attend the discussion.
Come MEET THE CANDIDATES running for National Officer and for Voting Representative positions for Democrats Abroad France, at this casual mixer at 3PM on Sunday APRIL 11, 2021, in advance of the National Election and AGM being held on April 17. (See Candidate Statements, here.)
DemsAbroad Canada is electing its leadership for the 2021-23 term.
Want to know more about a candidate and their hopes, ideas, and plans for DA Canada, DemsAbroad, and getting out the vote in 2022? Want to brainstorm and give your input directly to the candidates?
The Nominations & Elections Committee is hosting two Candidates’ Forums. The sessions will take place via Zoom.
Ballots will go out on Sunday, April 11th and must be returned by Saturday, May 1st at 2:00 PM ET.
Thank you for your interest in DA Canada and the Democratic Party!
Scroll down to RSVP for Sunday, April 11th @ 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT
CLICK HERE to RSVP for Wednesday, April 14th @ 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT
DemsAbroad Canada Nominations & Elections Committee
Larry Rousseau, Chair
Peter Tesche, Teller of Elections
John Yee, Technical Advisor
Zoom access details will be provided in the RSVP confirmation email.
Join Democrats Abroad Vancouver for a monthly Zoom member get-together to talk all things politics, meet more of your local members, and stay up-to-date with the latest news for Americans Abroad. We may even have special guests here and there to pique your interest. Grab your favorite beverage and get ready to connect! When you RSVP for one event, you'll have access to all upcoming Pints & Politics events via calendar automatically. You must RSVP to receive Zoom details.
This April we'll focus on important policy happenings in the US – notably the Fillibuster and For The People Act. Join us to discuss and learn about what you can do to help!
While all of our happy hours are free to attend, we very much appreciate donations to help support GOTV efforts. If you'd like to make a donation, visit our Donorbox here: https://donorbox.org/dayvr
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The Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus and the Veterans and Military Families Caucus invite you to an interview with former Congressman Robert J. Mrazek about his book: the story of Florence Finch, the Americans she helped, and what her life was like when she came to the United States.
In 1942, the Japanese Empire defeated American and Filipino forces during the Second World War. One woman who was determined to resist the occupation was Florence Finch: born to an American father and a Filipina mother, and widow of an American naval officer killed early in the Second World War, Finch brought necessary supplies to American POWs and worked to help others in the resistance.
Florence Finch is the subject of The Indomitable Florence Finch: The Untold Story of a War Widow Turned Resistance Fighter and Savior of American POWs by Congressman Robert J. Mrazek and published by Hachette Books in 2020.
Congressman Robert J. Mrazek represented New York’s 3rd District from 1983 to 1993. During his time as Congressman, he helped author several laws including the Amerasian Homecoming Act, which provided a path for the children of American servicemen in Vietnam to come to the United States; the Tongass Timber Reform Act, which protected Alaska’s largest forest; and the National Film Preservation Act, which established the National Film Registry in the Library of Congress.
After retiring from Congress, Congressman Mrazek became an author, writing seven novels, four works of nonfiction, and one screenplay.
This event starts at:
9:00pm Adelaide Australia 8:30pm Seoul, Korea 7:30pm Hong Kong 5:00pm Mumbai 1:30pm Berlin, Germany 7:30am DC (EDT)
Professor Linda Scott will join us April 13th @ 12pm EST/6pmCET
To discuss the research behind the findings in her recently-published book:
“The Double X Economy: The Epic Potential of Empowering Women."
Internationally renowned expert on women's economic development and Emeritus DP World Professor for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Oxford. Professor Linda Scott will join us to discuss the research behind the findings in her recently-published book: “The Double X Economy: The Epic Potential of Empowering Women.” Her analysis of international gender data shows the reality of a distinctive pattern of economic inequality which, when combined with cultural impediments, forms the shadow economy unique to women, the “Double X Economy.” To quote Melinda Gates:
“Linda Scott shines a light on women's essential and often invisible contributions to our global economy--while combining insight, analysis, and interdisciplinary data to make a compelling and actionable case for unleashing women's economic power." --Melinda Gates, author of The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World
Linda gives us a powerful argument going forward: “…equal economic treatment for women would put a stop to some of the world’s costliest evils, while building prosperity for everyone.” And she is looking to recruit everyone to the cause of women’s economic inclusion!