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The EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Region and Democrats Abroad Spain will host a meeting of leaders, volunteers, and members from all over DA’s largest region. We expect about 100 participants from countries all around the region and we will focus on strategies and projects to elect Democrats in 2018.
Members of Democrats Abroad from every region are welcome to join us. RSVP below to receive more information as it becomes available. Registration and program details will be available in the next 7-10 days but we encourage you to mark your calendar and make travel plans now.
The three-day program in the heart of Madrid will begin with a session from the Women’s Caucus on Friday afternoon, followed by an evening reception highlighting the best of Madrid’s culture and food. Saturday presentations, training sessions, and workshops will be followed by a Global Black Caucus Cocktail Reception and a “gala” dinner with a special guest speaker. Sunday training sessions and presentations will end around 1pm.WHENFebruary 09, 2018 at 7pm - February 11, 2018 at 12pmWHEREHotel Santo Domingo
C/San Bernardo 1
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“When you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything... . .Grab them by the p---y. You can do anything.”
Sexual Harassment will be an important issue driving women to vote in 2018 and beyond.
The list of power players keeps growing. Thousands of reports of sexual harassment on #MeToo keep coming in. The risks are rising.
But where it leads remains to be seen.
Join us for a panel discussion on our responsibilities and options as a party, and how we can best mobilize voters around this important issue.
- What can we do to reassure women voters that despite recent bipartisanship shown on this subject, the parties could not be more different in their approaches to women’s issues?
- How can we empower male voters to see gender violence as a men’s issue too?
- What legislative, structural and cultural changes need to be made?
- What are our next steps?
All are welcome to join in this vital conversation!
10 euros covers refreshments
Payment can be made at the door, but you must RSVP to add your name to the guest list, as space is limited.
WHENFebruary 09, 2018 at 4pmWHEREGumbo New Orleans Restaurant
Calle del Pez 15
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John Grosser is hosting Cologne - Keep marching to the Ballot Box! One Year Anniversary of the Global Womens March 2017-10-13 09:00:21 -0400
On the first day of the Trump Administration, the Women's March on Washington sent a bold message seen and heard around the world. Join us as we recreate the Women's March and set the tone for resistance one year later! We will create fun, witty posters and assemble in Deutz for pictures in solidarity for women's rights in the US and across the world! If you want to come to the earlier poster-creation at 1pm, we will be at a members house right next to Deutz Technische Hochschule (the station). Just give us a call at 0151 44554751 and we'll come get you!WHENJanuary 21, 2018 at 2:30pmWHEREDeutzer Side of Hohenzollern Bridge, Reiterstandbild
Kennedy-Ufer 11 50679 Köln
Cologne, NRW 50679
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Welcome to Democrats Abroad NRW!
DA NRW is a chapter of DA Germany, the official country committee for US Democrats living in Germany, and we're glad you found us here!
We have groups and events all over the state, including precincts in:
with plans to start more precincts in the coming months to ensure all our members can attend Democrats Abroad events in their area. Please explore our website to find our next events, or just contact us with your event ideas! You can also find many of our events on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/democratsabroad.germany.nrw/
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer with Democrats Abroad in NRW, please don't hesitate to contact me.
John Grosser, Chapter Chair
Democrats Abroad Germany - NRW Chapter
John Grosser published Democrats Abroad NRW statement on the mass shooting in Nevada in News 2017-10-03 06:08:52 -0400This afternoon, Americans in NRW learned of the deadliest mass shooting in our history. Our thoughts are with the victims and the people of Las Vegas. We are thankful that the authorities in Las Vegas were able to respond to the incident so quickly, preventing even more American deaths. Americans in NRW, Germany and all over the world stand united against this senseless violence.
John Grosser wants to volunteer 2016-08-22 05:50:45 -0400
Democrats Abroad's country committees in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific need local volunteers. You can start helping today. Put yourself forward by clicking on the "Countries" tab above, find your country, and contact your leaders directly.
If you live in a country without an active chapter you still have an opportunity to help - Democrats Abroad has over 20 caucuses, committees and task forces that address issues that affect all Americans and Americans living abroad as well as keep our organization running. Some you’ve probably heard of while others you may not.
These groups provide a fun and challenging yet important opportunity for you to help us help you. Regardless of where you live there is a caucus, committee or task force that needs your talent and dedication. This is the time to join fellow Democrats and be a part of something that matters.
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Germany NRW Chapter Chair, Germany Voting Rep, Global Youth Caucus Co-Chair
A student of Mathematics at the TU Dortmund.