Indonesia’s president-elect delivered his victory speech in Sentul, West Java, on July 14 2019.
Research and policy ideas shared at Africa Evidence Week in Accra, Ghana.
Since we reported on it last year, the popularity of the Friendship Bench project has soared. Anna Lewis caught up with Dixon Chibanda – the pioneer behind the work – to see how it’s spreading across the world.
How can we work together for a truly democratic society?
Public Knowledge believes that simply repealing Section 230 would be a mistake.
While governments regularly decry terrorism as ineffective, the terrorists themselves have an abiding faith in their violence, and for good reason. Theirs is a trade and they learn it from one other.
‘Taiwanese court should take Vietnamese human rights situation into consideration’
Indigenous groups have begun harnessing technology as a pivotal tool for change.
An answer for everything.
It’s time to choose what America we want to be, and to stand up and fight like hell for it.
We are a year away from Election Day, 2020 and our democratic process is in danger.
While nation and state are operating at the national level, capital is operating directly at the global level, and can destabilize any local/National attempt at reform. There isn’t any real form of internationalism at the level of political movements and institutions, and the left remains deeply embedded in nation-state logics of neo-keynesianism.
This is NOT just about the classroom. This is about the state of education in the country.
After participating in a fire ceremony in Ubud, Bali, I had a few conversations with local people to clarify my feelings about rituals, tourism, and cultural imperialism.
Democrats need to take Trump’s crimes against people and the planet as seriously as those against Joe Biden.
62% of registered voters are more likely to support candidates that promise to work with nonprofit organizations; Strong majority also support candidates that advance policies that help nonprofits serve their communities