Indonesian seeks to empower women in several domains with main objective of implanting road safety at the heart of her women’s empowerment startup.
Democracy Charity articles on Democracy Chronicles
Democracy Charity articles on Democracy Chronicles looks to highlight charities that work on the issues of democracy and election reform. Across the world, there are many people working to make a better life for others.
Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzaiis being honored by Harvard University for her work promoting girls’ education by the 2018 Gleitsman Award.
Gotcha announced today it will make all of its bike share systems free on November 6th to help voters roll to the polls during the midterm elections.
Lawra Wooten is a poll worker in New Jersey. For 80 years now, she has been a powerful advocate, urging citizens to cast their votes, especially the youth.
Film raises funds for isolated hospital in Sudanese war zone where for several years President Omar al-Bashir waged war against his own people.
At the International Day of the Girl on Thursday, girls in South Sudan are call on their government to do more to help them receive better education.
Resource for human rights activists includes training manuals, documentary films, event archives, legal reform research, and more in 20 languages.
MTV is working with the Ford Foundation on a mobile unit where people can register, then check whether their friends are registered and encourage them to.
Democracy observers have viewed authoritarian influence via outdated lens, even as autocrats like China and Russia embed themselves in democratic societies.
There was not as much support in Cascais as there was in the Flotilla’s previous stops in Gijon and in Cadiz. The security at the marina told the Flotilla and activists to not have cameras in the marina area.