Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.

Home

Recent Posts

October 16, 2018
Moroccan civil society activists Soufiyan Saaoudi, 31 years old from Tieflt city, and Khadija Khafid, 26 years old from Kenitra city, met at a training facilitated by Soufiyan on debating techniques organized as part of the Moroccan Youth Voice program. A spark was ignited immediately between the... Read More
October 11, 2018
Around the world, young consumers of news are having trouble distinguishing credible sources from unreliable ones; this is becoming an increasing challenge for Tanzanian youth. Misinformation and disinformation continue to threaten democracies, as the accessibility of this disinformation continues... Read More
October 03, 2018
This August, IRI’s Office of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (OMEL) brought together 27 staff from 20 field offices and DC to the first MEL Summer Institute to learn about the foundations and new trends of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL).  The... Read More
September 26, 2018
When you put young people and graffiti together, it often sounds like a recipe for mischief. But in April 2018, five young, male Bosnian leaders and a few local street artists used street art to promote interethnic reconciliation in their community.... Read More
September 19, 2018
Since Argentina’s return to democracy in 1983, the National Congress has struggled to escape the country’s long shadow of hyper-presidentialism. With the launch of the Argentine Congressional Budget Office, the future looks bright. At the end of 2016, Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies approved... Read More
September 14, 2018
President Yahya Jammeh’s departure from office in January 2017 ushered in a new government, led by President Adama Barrow, with the heavy task of moving the country forward after 22 years of authoritarian rule and pursuing a wide range of reforms to ensure that democracy is realized in... Read More
September 12, 2018
“Dear Daddy,  How is America? How is your friends? Daddy there is war in Buea. They shoot guns every night. When are you coming to take us? Don’t forget to buy a video game. I love you. Bye.”    IRI’s very own YALI fellow Clifford Akonteh read aloud this emotional letter from his... Read More
September 11, 2018
IRI Director of Asia, Johanna Kao, talks about being in Dili, Timor-Leste on September 11, 2001, and the powerful coming together of two different worlds.   ... Read More
September 10, 2018
With a screen on every smartphone and street corner, it’s tougher than ever to hold the audience’s attention – a hard truth known to YouTubers and democracy promoters alike. Fortunately, IRI staff in Mexico and beyond are exploring innovative ways to let democracy speak. “La participación no... Read More
September 04, 2018
Cuando hablamos de jóvenes, a menudo se habla del ciclo de la violencia, del ciclo de las drogas, o incluso al del ciclo de la inseguridad aludiendo al día a día que rodean a los jóvenes en Panamá. Sin embargo, permítanos presentarles... Read More

Pages