Activism is under attack, and Rhize’s groundbreaking report, Understanding Activism, has the data proving that civil society is part of the problem but can also be a part of the solution. In interviewing over 1100 activists from ten countries, the research reveals what activists really need to be more effective as well as how external actors can play a role in doing more good than harm.
On Wednesday, December 13th, Rhize will be joined by an incredible panel of activists for our global release of Understanding Activism where we will start the conversation about how civil society can put this data into action and provide better movement support.
Meet our Panelists
Daniel coordinated Understanding Activism data collection and research in Venezuela. Daniel is a scholarly activist, focused on rebuilding Venezuelan democracy and promoting social change through the force of new ideas. Sociologist, Researcher for the Center for Political Studies at Andrés Bello Catholic University in Caracas, Venezuela. Currently attending Graduate Studies in Politics at The New School for Social Research.
Oleg is an award-winning Russian civic activist. He is a co-founder and director of Vision of Tomorrow, an NGO aiming to strengthen the civil society through training and support of a new generation of leaders. Over the past 17 years, he has been a prominent member of youth movement Oborona, the Other Russia coalition, SPS party, and other pro-democracy groups in Russia. For his activism at home and abroad, Oleg has been arrested multiple times, jailed, illegally drafted into the army, and declared persona non grata by regimes of Lukashenko and Yanukovich. He holds degrees in Computer Science and Political Science, and is a Fulbright alumnus.
Interested in Joining Us?
Even if you can’t make it to the live webinar, let us know that you’re interested! We’ll follow up to send you the recording and let you know about how you can get involved.