Greta Thunberg has been recognized as a great inspiration by almost all political camps in the West. However, her opinions have been met with total silence.
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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.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the leading advocacy group for minimizing reliance on in-person voting has released a new guide for constituencies.
College students represent a crucial voting bloc in the election, but for many young people voting isn’t readily accessible.
A coalition of U.S. companies representing more than 2 million workers has come together for a nonpartisan movement called Time to Vote.
New York Philharmonic is celebrating 100 years of the 19th amendment granting women voting rights. To do so it is inviting compositions from 19 women.
A non-profit wants more unmarried women, young people and people of color on voter rolls. But somehow mailers have upset some election officials.
The U.S. Congress funds efforts to bolster democracy abroad as a way to promote American values, notes a report from the Government Accountability Office.
Zimbabwe striking junior doctors will end a four-month strike after accepting offer from a billionaire to pay them about $300 monthly for six months.
There is a call for proposals within the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights designed to support civil society political reforms engagement.
HRW recognizes some of the positive things that have happened for children in the past year. Here are 10 good news stories for kids from 2019.