Our vision is of a humane democratic world in which civic life is run by effective and informed citizens.

Our mission is to redefine civic education and the day-to-day practice of civic life by creating once in a lifetime educational experiences that teach, empower and connect such citizens across borders.  We work in Latin America, Europe and the US.


1) Guest Speaker
Engage Reimagining Politics founder Michael Meurer (read full bio) as a guest speaker

2) Political Roundtable
Work collaboratively with Reimagining Politics and our network of associates to create a political roundtable event focused on new civic models and the future of politics

3) Multi-day Seminar
Work with us to create a multi-day seminar led by Michael Meurer

4) Customised Seminar
Sign up for a customised seminar ranging from one week to a full semester.

Options 3 and 4 operate as civic laboratories, mixing intense formal classroom work with real world civic actions in your community. Classes are focused on examining the role of politics in human affairs from a variety of perspectives while exposing students to new civic models and theoretical frameworks that are changing the way politics is done. A few examples are illustrated below.


Universities and other organisations that partner with us get ongoing publicity and exposure to our donor base from our multi-faceted media outreach program. This includes PR Newswire press releases and a full array of social media promotion and publicity.

We have been featured on CNN, in Speakout, AlternetTruthout, the Montevideo Portal in Uruguay, ATAQD in Argentina, Empathy Educates, the Santa Monica Mirror and Pressenza in England, Italy, France, Germany and Spain.

We maintain a jobs board tied to our international network of associates to provide Reimagining Politics alumni with assistance finding jobs and internships. Start your job search here.

Use our Contact Form to schedule a class, request detailed information about curriculum and costs or to talk with us about the specific goals of your organisation.


Reimagining Politics was founded by political writer and strategist Michael Meurer. The curriculum for the project is based on Michael’s extensive experience as a senior strategist and organiser, including co-founding the Courage Campaign.  Michael’s seminars and Civic Tours also incorporate the most innovative civic ideas encountered during his research tour of 12 nations in Europe and Latin America in 2016-’17. – Read full bio

Milena Palacio manages our communications with social initiatives across Latin America and Europe. Milena is a language professor and the founder of the “Stairway to English” project in Comuna 13 in Medellín, Colombia. She speaks English, Spanish and German fluently and is currently working as a volunteer with refugees in Germany.

Katiana Lamodela is managing our communication with universities, NGO’s, government agencies and social organizations that have interest in our seminars and classes. She is from Haiti and has her university degree in communications. Katiana currently lives in Valparaíso, Chile. She speaks English, Spanish, French and Creole fluently.

Chris Lawson is our “gig engineer” and manages strategy for our social media across all platforms and touchpoints. Chris is founder of Astute Social Media. He is currently shuttling between Los Angeles and Mexico City to help as we launch a phased rollout of new communications and publicity tools over the next 18 months.

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Reimagining Politics is absolutely unique. Our seminars are living civics laboratories that are educating, mentoring and connecting effective citizens across borders to bring real change to the world. Your support will help us continue.

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