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Taking youth participation & active citizenship to a new level

24. April - 26. April

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Sociocratic children, youth and neighborhood parliaments

a new system for an inclusive, active and connected neighborhood

The school system is at its limit. Multiple, complex challenges have been on our doorstep for a long time. Our demographics will change significantly over the next 20 years. Democracies are at risk. Wars, climate crisis, crisis of meaning. Politics alone cannot solve this.

A good, profound, scalable solution is needed!

And fortunately there is: sociocratic, inclusive neighborhood parliaments on three levels:

1. Children’s parliaments for 6-18 year olds from a neighborhood

2. Youth parliaments for 18-25 year olds from a neighborhood

3. Neighborhood parliaments for everyone aged 25 and over from a neighborhood

The model – an overview

Neighborhood focus: The parliaments are not randomly elected or supra-regional, but are nevertheless voluntary. Children, young people and adults come together regularly in their neighborhood clusters. In this way, people who would otherwise be lost or who would not have access to participation are increasingly reached and integrated.

Subsidiary principle: Everyone holds a ministerial office, based on the SGDs. They discuss the problems and objectives in their immediate environment. The neighborhood groups solve problems themselves before interacting with local organizations and politicians.

Sociocratic Inspiration: Children, youth and adults learn and use elements from sociocracy, a governance method that enables deeper inclusion, equality and creativity.

Multi-level federation: These parliaments are structured similarly to our party system at the neighborhood, city, district, state, national, international and global levels.

The movement originated in India 20 years ago. The movement is now spreading to various parts of the world, empowering young people to make policy together and is recognized by the United Nations as the world’s best child-led organization promoting children’s rights.


24. April
26. April