From April 14-15, young people are coming together to discuss US foreign policy this election
year. We’re exploring key challenges impacting our generation, including the security, jobs,
climate change, justice and hunger. We’re defining a new vision of US global engagement, and the role of youth in building a better future. And we’re bringing our ideas right to the campaigns.
Just Announced: Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns will face off on Sunday morning Presidential Elections panel with high level campaign representatives:
Foreign Policy Priorities in 2012: A Conversation with the Presidential Campaigns
—Kerry Healey, Special Adviser, Romney for President, and former Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor
—Michèle Flournoy, Advisor to Obama for America Campaign on National Security, and former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
New Development: Special plenary session with Daniel Maree, organizer of the Million Hoodie March and Lacy MacAuely, organizer of Occupy DC
If you care about the US and the World, join us for the 2012: Challenge Accepted Conference on April 14-15, on the campus of George Washington University. Find out more:
Sessions and speakers not to be missed:
- Foreign Policy Priorities in 2012: A Conversation with the Romney and Obama Campaigns.
- From Me to We: Harnessing the Power of the Millennial Generation Superpower in Decline or America Resurgent? The US and the Global Economy.
- Drones, Rogues and Hackers: Rethinking US Security.
- Millennial Priorities for Global Justice: Indigenous Peoples, LBGT Rights, Disabilities and Genocide.
- Investing in the Millennial Generation Worldwide: Preparing Millennials for the 21st Century Workplace.
- The Real Hunger Games: The Fight for Our Food, Our Climate and Our Future Arab Summer: Emerging Democracies, Political Islam and the Power of Youth in the Middle East and North Africa.
Find a complete list of speakers www.acceptthechallenge2012.org/the-event/sessions-and-