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Democracy That Delivers #161: Women and Refugees in the LIFE Project

06.18.2019 |
  This week on Democracy That Delivers, we highlight CIPE’s work in helping refugee populations in the MENA region, especially women, ahead of International Refugee Day on June 20th. Women comprise 49% of the Syrian refugees living outside of camps in Turkey, and more strikingly, 95% of ...

OPEN INTERNET FOR DEMOCRACY LEADERS PROGRAM

05.22.2019
Deadline extended until May 27, 2019! COMPLETE THE APPLICATION   ABOUT THE PROGRAM Democracy has always required the free flow of ideas. In the modern age, this means a free, open internet where all citizens can freely voice their opinions, share, and debate. Access to an open...

Will Democracy work for Africa’s Largest Economy?

02.15.2019
The following is part 3 of a 3 part series by Ryan Musser about Nigeria’s elections postponed to Saturday, February 23, 2019. Read parts 1 and 2.    As Africa’s largest economy goes to the polls, its economic struggles lay heavy on the minds of many voters. The statistics are grim. Nigeria...

Democracy That Delivers #138: CIPE Impact-2018 Year in Review

12.18.2018 |
Go around the globe in 30 minutes with Democracy That Delivers host Ken Jaques and three emerging leaders at CIPE: Victoria Tellechea-Rotta, Max Scherzer, and Tracey Fung. The Program Assistants share insight about top CIPE programs and innovations during 2018, as well as information about new ende...

The Road to Association Excellence

10.26.2018
  This article was originally published in Multi-Briefs.   “Are we the best we can be?” It’s a question boards and association executives should contemplate. There are many roads to excellence. Begin by considering what’s best for the association. Some programs focus on th...
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