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December 14, 2018
La guerra de 50 años en Colombia dejó un legado de deserción escolar. Testimonio de ello son las escuelas abandonadas a lo largo del país, un hecho que acentúa la brecha entre el campo y la ciudad. Los artistas Juan Manuel Echavarría y Fernando Grisalez llevan más de 20 años recorriendo el país... Read More
December 12, 2018
The International Republican Institute established the Arab Women’s Leadership Institute (AWLI) nearly one decade ago. Founded in 2008, AWLI has brought together over one hundred women across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region based on one simple... Read More
December 11, 2018
Of the countries that experienced the 2011 Arab Spring, Tunisia is the only democracy to emerge. Less than four years after the Jasmine revolution, Tunisians adopted a new and progressive constitution, voted... Read More
December 10, 2018
Guatemala se acerca al inicio del año (2019) electoral, un proceso que viene con muchos retos para todos los actores que participan, en especial para el Tribunal Supremo Electoral – TSE que desarrolla este proceso con... Read More
December 07, 2018
Background On Sunday, December 9, Venezuela will hold municipal elections to fill over 2400 municipal councilor seats across the country. These municipal elections follow the mayoral elections in December 2017 and... Read More
December 04, 2018
When we talk about our work here at IRI, we usually discuss our latest public opinion polling or a roundtable event with government or civil society leaders that we just held – not a new documentary film. But this past year and a half, IRI has intersected paths... Read More
December 03, 2018
With the growing emphasis on monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL), IRI is committed to constantly improving and adapting our MEL efforts. Evaluation 2018 offered hundreds of workshops and... Read More
November 30, 2018
Kerkan Wignyawinata began his career in international democracy development with IRI in 1998. At the time, Indonesia was facing a falling economy, student-led protests and ongoing conflict in... Read More
November 29, 2018
The Philippines is Southeast Asia's oldest democracy and has recently emerged as one of the fastest-advancing economies in the region. With historic ties that date back to the 19th century, the country is an important development, trade and security partner with the U.S. However, good economics... Read More
November 28, 2018
Ahead of South Africa’s 2019 National and Provincial Elections, it is important to ensure young citizens across the country are engaged in decision making processes and committed to advancing democracy. In South Africa right now, dynamic youth participation in civic, socio-economic and political... Read More

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