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The durability and dynamism of democracy globally requires a worldwide community of people who are united by shared democratic values and a commitment to mutual support and solidarity.

Learn more about how World Movement fosters this community here:
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Last week, World Movement, Freedom Studio and @weforchange held an event for youth leaders in Nepal to discuss tactics for strengthening democracy in their country.

Learn about more of our youth initiatives here:
#WhatsNextforDemocracy #YouthLeaders
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UPDATE: New additions to our Ukrainian Democrats at Risk Resources and Support list include support for journalists from @dw_akademie and @HHMediaSchool. View the full list:
Young leaders discussed best practices for strengthening democratic participation in The Gambia last week at a World Movement / @gmbparticipates event.

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This week, young leaders in The Gambia met with World Movement and @gmbparticipates to discuss tactics to pave a way for a strong democratic future in the country.

Learn about more of our youth initiatives here:
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Young people regularly exhibit their desire & potential to drive positive change when given the chance to organize, voice their ideas, & activity engage in decision making. They also grow a sense of belonging & are more apt to demand & defend democracy. @MoveDemocracy
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