Global Youth Caucus

  • The Global Youth Caucus (GYC) officially launched last month after the 2020 DA Global Meeting and Convention. At the Regional and Global Conventions many of our fellow youth members were elected to be a part of DA 2020 Delegation to the Democratic National Convention. It has never been a more exciting time to be a GYC member. 

    The Global Youth Caucus is working to expand, which means we are looking for more volunteers! There are options to volunteer at the global, national, or chapter level - so pick what commitment is best for you and let us know how you want to get involved.




    We look forward to connecting with you!




    DA Global Youth Caucus Leadership:

    Miguel Madrigal
    | Deputy Vice-Chair, Americas; Youth Caucus Steering Committee - CR
    Courtney Newman
    | Co-chair, Global Youth Caucus; Events & Fundraising Coordinator, Germany; DPCA Voting Representative, Germany
    Alex Rehbinder
    | Global Youth Caucus Co-Chair
    Nicholas Gordon
    | Chair, Democrats Abroad Hong Kong, Youth Caucus Steering Committee - HK; Global AAPI Caucus Steering Committee
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    Write to your Representatives

    If we want meaningful climate action, we must demand it from our representatives.  The best way to do that is to contact them.  Here is a pre-wrtten letter you can send to your representatives.  Be sure to add in a personal example, too!  

    Click on the image here to download the pdf!

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    Read About Miguel's Experience Volunteering in the Georgia Run-Offs


    It’s José Miguel Madrigal, a Democrats Abroad Global Youth Caucus member from Costa Rica.  

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    Upcoming Events

    Sunday, June 20, 2021 at 11:30 AM Berlin Time · 5 rsvps

    Film Discussion: Alice Wu's The Half of It

    Join us and the Youth Caucus at DA's Virtual Pride Marathon to talk about Alice Wu's film The Half of It.

    A Netflix original movie, The Half of It received rave reviews from critics and tells the story of teenage Ellie Chu, who writes letters to her crush on the behalf of her classmate Paul in a queer retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac. As Paul and Ellie's friendship grows, the film explores the isolation of the intersection of queer and immigrant identity as well as the meaning of friendship.

    The film is available for streaming on Netflix.

    This event is part of the Democrats Abroad LGBTQ+ Caucus' Global Virtual Pride Marathon. You can find the list of all the events on their main event page.