#Democracy

  • Article: Millions of Indian Women and Homeless People May Be Ineligible to Vote
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    Millions of Indian Women and Homeless People May Be Ineligible to Vote

    March 27, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    As many as 21 million women are not on voter lists. Read more

  • Article: These Beautiful Posters Are Helping Make Sure Young South Africans' Voices Are Heard
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    These Beautiful Posters Are Helping Make Sure Young South Africans' Voices Are Heard

    By Mbali Kgame|Feb. 18, 2019

    Global Citizen met with the photographer behind them to talk elections, the future, and art. Read more

  • Article: 7 Charts That Show the World Is Actually Becoming a Better Place
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    7 Charts That Show the World Is Actually Becoming a Better Place

    Jan. 8, 2019

    It's not all bad news. Read more

  • Article: These 2 Politicians Just Became the First Muslim Women Elected to Congress
    Girls & Women

    These 2 Politicians Just Became the First Muslim Women Elected to Congress

    By Joe McCarthy|Nov. 7, 2018

    “Here in Minnesota we don’t only welcome immigrants, we send them to Washington.” Read more

  • Article: What Is Digital Peace — And What Does It Mean for Democracy?
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    What Is Digital Peace — And What Does It Mean for Democracy?

    Nov. 6, 2018|Microsoft Corporation

    Microsoft's Digital Peace Now campaign calls on world leaders to end cyber warfare. Read more

  • Article: This Johannesburg Jail Once Held Nelson Mandela. Now It's a Symbol of Hope for the Future.
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    This Johannesburg Jail Once Held Nelson Mandela. Now It's a Symbol of Hope for the Future.

    By Mbali Kgame|Aug. 23, 2018

    The prison at Constitution Hill was the "Robben Island of Johannesburg." Read more

  • Article: Why 4 Million People in India Are Now Effectively Stateless
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    Why 4 Million People in India Are Now Effectively Stateless

    By Daniele Selby|July 31, 2018

    Those left off Assam’s National Register of Citizens could be stripped of their rights. Read more

  • Article: Colombia Shatters Glass Ceiling With Gender-Equal Cabinet
    Girls & Women

    Colombia Shatters Glass Ceiling With Gender-Equal Cabinet

    July 27, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Colombia is getting its first female interior minister and women will head several other ministries. Read more