Cellphone internet access bringing changes fast to Cuba as residents used social media to assess damage and organize solidarity to help those in need.
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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.
“Sexist” data is making it harder to improve women’s and girls’ lives, the world’s leading philanthropic couple Bill and Melinda Gates said on Tuesday.
Across country snow is melting, spring is just around the corner, and letters from US Census Bureau are inside every mailbox without Nonprofit involvement.
Some 6,000 languages are spoken in the world, and nearly half of them are endangered, according to the UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.
We had a big year with our successful campaign that make Fargo the first city to implement approval voting. We want to bring approval voting to even more cities and we need a strong board to be able to do it!
Lin-Manuel Miranda reprises “Hamilton” role in Puerto Rico expected to raise funds for artists and cultural groups struggling in the wake of Hurricane Maria
Press conference where unprecedented coalition of democracy, good government and other groups will discuss its path to success post-introduction.
Howard University grads Wen-kuni Ceant and Jordan Wilson teamed up to create a voting app for millenials to facilitate and increase the number of votes.
Spread the Vote, an NO aimed at getting more people to cast ballots on election day, has expanded to Indiana, one of 35 states with voter ID laws.
This year was a banner year. We hired new staff, spoke on the world stage, and led a successful campaign that made Fargo, North Dakota the first city in the US to implement approval voting.