CitizenFest is a celebration of inclusive citizenship, and the possibilities of a world where everyone matters – without exception.
CitizenFest is an opportunity to get together, to learn from each other, creating and sharing a world community through shared values.
Why don't you run a CitizenFest in your community? If you feel inspired get in touch with us, email Markus: email@example.com
We're already planning for CitizenFests in:
- Sheffield - 4th May to 6th June with the Festival of Debate
- New Zealand - possible June with Manawanui
- Cincinnati - August with Starfire Cincy
- Toronto - Toronto Summer Institute with Inclusion Press
- Helsinki & Los Angeles - 26th & 27th August with NLNW and Strindberg Laboratory
- Glasgow - 30th September to 3rd October with We Are One
Why don't you join us and start a CitizenFest where you are?
Content will be shared and stored on Citizen Network TV
CitizenFest 2020 was a great success - building on the first CitizenFest held in Glasgow in 2019, we joined with our fantastic allies in Los Angeles and Helsinki to create 3 CitizenFests and saw:
- 130 events - including arts, music, talks, dance, theatre
- 3,000+ people attended one or more event
- At least 51,000 people reached via social media
- Sharing media between different people in different places
- Locally hosted and online platforms
The Strindberg Laboratory have captured the spirit and energy of the weeks' festivities in their film:
Massive thanks to everyone who joined in, we're looking forward to next year's CitizenFest already!
CitizenFest Glasgow - We Are One took place in Glasgow in August 2019.
John and Frances of Radical Visions brought together a wide range of organisations from across Scotland to build upon the 7 Keys to Citizenship, producing a programme covering 3 days of workshops, music, debate, art, films, stalls and food.
Here's what happened:
No Labels No Walls took place in Helsinki in September 2019.
Markus of Kukunori, and The Strindberg Laboratory brought together diverse organisations and individuals to form a movement believing that what we have in common is more powerful than what separates us.
Here's what happened: