5 Facts on the State of Hungary’s Democracy

New data report uncovers real impact of Orban reforms on Hungary’s courts, media and democracy


Transparency and public engagement key for Ukraine’s justice reforms

Online information and services in combination with public oversight and competition for judges could restore public trust in Ukraine’s courts, participants of DRI’s Vinnytsya event say

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Talking Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka’s Districts

To engage Sri Lankans and raise awareness about the constitutional reform process, DRI and CPA have conducted a series of dialogues at the local level across the island's 25 districts

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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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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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