Under the theme Brave Space for Collective Action, #IRR2022 will bring 100 participants to address The Power of collective action, the Inter-regional model to combat civic space restrictions, facing authoritarianism, the role of digital space, and Technology in supporting democracy.
Internal skills and capacities for resilience will also play a major focus in the IRR this year – sharing lessons and experiences from and post the COVID-19 crisis and the role civil society played in addressing the effects of the pandemic.
Interactive connection spaces and forums that offer vibrant and inspiring conversations.
Experiential learning spaces dedicated to sharing lessons and skills for the future.
30 mins - 1 hour sessions dedicated to wellbeing and healing.
Joint activity with an Indigenous Ecuadorian community to co-imagine future solidarity and collective action that bridges the divide between local and global activists.
Here’s a recap of our Inter-regional Retreats thus far.