The World Movement is pleased to announce that its 9th Global Assembly, entitled “Building Strategic Partnerships for Democratic Renewal,” will take place on May 6-9, 2018 in Dakar, Senegal.
Last month, Kenya held a tumultuous presidential election that was marred by political violence and electoral fraud.
Rafael Marques de Morais, renowned Angolan investigative journalist and anti-corruption activist, is one of numerous civil society leaders to express concern about the persistent dominance of the ruling party, which he blames for rampant
Complex digital research on security and privacy can be a daunting subject for many people to understand. But Net Alert, a “collaborative project between Citizen Lab, Open Effect, and the University of New Mexico” aims to change that.
The World Youth Movement for Democracy wants to know more about your interests and needs! The results of the survey will inform a broad communication strategy for the network, which seeks to scale up youth engagement and participation in the networks’ activities. The results of the survey will not be shared with any third parties and will only be used by the World Youth Movement for Democracy.
A 35 year old can now become Nigeria’s next president! Passage of the “Not Too Young to Run” bill comes after a yearlong campaign organized by Nigerian youth, including the civil society organization Youth Initiative for Advocacy, Growth & Advancement (YIAGA).
The World Movement for Democracy would like to congratulate Ghanaian activist E. Gyimah-Boadi on receiving the 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Award for Peace and Social Justice.