• Event

    Democracy Support in Hard Places: Can We Do Better?

    • Frances Z. Brown, Rebecca Hamilton, Aarya Nijat, Patrick Quirk, Scott Worden, Uzra Zeya
    • December 03, 2021
    • Live Online

    While the U.S. government often approaches democracy support as a separate initiative from efforts to mitigate and stabilize conflicts, these two efforts often overlap on the ground. What have we learned from these experiences?

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    The Rise of Political Violence in the United States

    Violence has been on the rise in the United States since 2017, fueled by a more polarized electorate and divisive domestic politics. What other factors may have catalyzed this worrying trend, and what can citizens and states do to bolster democracy ?

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    Digital Repression: Confronting the Evolving Challenge

    To address issues of digital repression, the Carnegie Endowment has assembled the Digital Democracy Network—a diverse group of cutting-edge thinker-activists engaged in work on technology and politics. This event marks the launch of the network’s first compilation and their effort to describe challenges to governance posed by digital technology.

    • Event

    Reimagining Regional Governance in Latin America

    As Latin America grapples with three overlapping crises--devastation from the coronavirus pandemic, severe economic contraction, and heightened political polarization and democratic backsliding--regional cooperation is falling badly short.

    • Event

    The Rise of Digital Repression

    Rapid innovation in digital technology has ushered in a new era of political repression. Regimes seek novel ways to control, manipulate, surveil, and disrupt real or perceived internal threats.

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    COVID-19 and Political Systems – Insights and Lessons One Year In

    • Sandra Breka, Thomas Carothers, Chan Heng Chee, Ivan Krastev, Ngaire Woods
    • April 22, 2021
    • Live Online

    A year into the pandemic, new political challenges have emerged. For democracies, what lessons and reforms will they address following the crisis?

    • Event

    How Can Middle-Power Democracies Renovate Global Democracy Support?

    As autocracy engulfs ever more countries, how should the world’s remaining democracies respond? Many are struggling to address internal demands from aggrieved citizens and pandemic pressures, while fending off attempts from authoritarian governments to undermine them from without and within.

    • Event

    South Africa: When Inequality and Institutions Collide

    • Trudi Makhaya, Dani Rodrik, Thomas Carothers, Faizel Ismail, Zainab Usman, Alan Hirsch, Brian Levy, Vinothan Naidoo, Musa Nxele
    • April 07, 2021
    • Live Online

    In this symposium, prominent experts engage with the authors of the recent major Carnegie paper, “South Africa: When Strong Institutions and Massive Inequalities Collide,” to probe these tensions and the prospects for South Africa political and economic future.

    • Event

    Taking Democracy’s Global Pulse

    Is the global democratic recession of recent years continuing? Or are international political currents shifting? Join us for a presentation of the Varieties of Democracy 2021 Annual Report.

    • Event

    Bridging the Divide Between Elite and Grassroots Anti-Corruption Activists

    • Abigail Bellows, Bruno Brandão, Hussein Khalid, Ketakandriana Rafitoson, Nada Zohdy
    • March 10, 2021
    • Live Online

    Around the world, ineffective and even fraudulent responses by governments to COVID-19 have escalated citizens' demands for greater transparency and accountability and civil society actors are responding to meet that need.

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