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.
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.
This is the first of several articles I will post reporting on my time in Spain volunteering to help on the Freedom Flotilla Coalition to Gaza. The photo essay and videos in this article are from the time I arrived at the Flotilla.
A growing citizen movement known as Living Libraries is designed to smash stereotypes and prejudice through dialogue
Issue-driven decision-making guide to the California ballot designed to turn these new voters out at elections
The Engaged Journalism Lab will be focused on organizations supported by the nonprofit Democracy Fund
OpenSecrets is offering a bounty for money-in-politics anomalies found in federal data by anyone who is interested
Michel Chikwanine talks about his experience to audiences around the world — including during a recent peace conference
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Robert Wiblin of 80,000 Hours to talk about The Center for Election Science and voting methods. Like many 80,000 Hours interviews—which is a great podcast to listen to in general—this interview was long and detailed.
Mosul volunteers are salvaging what is left of its rich heritage, clearing rubble and distributing aid
Volunteers will aim to add or improve the biographies of thousands of women rights defenders all over the world