Conservative discontent with democracy in Europe?

DRI and the Mercator Foundation held a roundtable dialogue with conservative parties and opinion makers to explore current voices of discontent with the state of democracy in Europe.

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Parliamentarians Agree: Time to Speed Up Human Rights Legislation in Pakistan

Parliamentarians must expedite legislation on key human rights issues, particularly minority rights. This was the outcome of a parliamentary exchange in Pakistan organised by DRI, in collaboration with Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services (PIPS) on 24-26 December.

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Myanmar Democracy Fellowship - be the change you want to see

Fellows on our Myanmar fellowship programme visited the country’s upper house to gain firsthand experience of the workings of parliament.

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Ukrainian Reforms: The Kharkiv Perspective

NGOs in Kharkiv are concerned about poor communication with the city’s authorities that keep their political and economic hold on the city. The local population needs a more honest picture of reforms both on the local and national level.

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DRI Challenges Youth to Debate the Paths to Reform

DRI has kicked off a series of student workshops in Ukraine aimed at sparking students' interest in contributing to the democratic reform process.

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A step towards independent courts: Tunisia’s Supreme Judicial Council

On 23 October in thirteen governorates across Tunisia, judges, lawyers, academics and accountants elected members to the Supreme Judicial Council.

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Tunisian Civil Society getting ready for Decentralisation

Teaming up with Tunisian civil society organisations, DRI has kicked off an outreach campaign on decentralisation to make this new idea better known across Tunisia.

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DRI Annual Report 2015

Our Annual Report 2015 gives an overview of our activities and our organisational development.

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