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The Building Global Democracy Programme is a resource run by academics, politicians and activists with information and research on global democracy and how to make it happen.
As regional elections unfold in France, eminent thinkers and practitioners at the 'Democracy in Transition' consider democracy and terrorism.
A database published by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance examines and compares how political donations are regulated around the world.
Ian Marsh proposes in The Political Quarterly that the public would be better represented by the creation of new parliamentary committees.
Evgeny Morozov argues in MIT Technology Review that governments gathering huge amounts of personal information is a major threat to democracy.
Research in the American Journal of Political Science finds that rising inequality decreases political engagement by less affluent citizens.
Professor Robyn Eckersley from the University of Melbourne argues the biggest collective action problem of all time could be tackled by deliberative democracy.
Bruce Ackerman from Yale University and James Fishkin from Stanford University propose a future when special 'Deliberation Days' are set aside for citizens to reflect and debate on important policy issues in the lead up to an election.
Larry Diamond from Stanford University analyses the 'democratic recession' over the last decade.
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