Extreme polarisation holds Georgia back - new DRI study and event

Political polarisation stalls Georgia’s democratic progress and splits society down the middle, new DRI study says

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Bringing democracy closer to the people : Tunisia’s decentralisation reforms

Responding to the demands of the 2011 revolution, the 2014 constitution foresees a process of decentralisation.

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Ukraine’s democratic progress - event in Kyiv

On 25 January, the experts shared their views on what is needed to sustain Ukraine's transition to democracy amid challenging international and domestic problems.

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Stakeholders call for an implementation of the Human Rights Plan in Pakistan

The view was highlighted and expressed at DRI’s National conference, ‘Pakistan’s GSP+ Status and Universal Periodic Review 2017’ held in Islamabad on 8 December.

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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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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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DRI Outreach in Ukraine: Latest Stop Dnipro

On 28 November, DRI debated with the students and CSOs in Dnipro, the eastern city of Ukraine, the current judicial overhaul and keys for its success.

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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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