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Fostering Corporate Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe

05.14.2018
There are many takeaways from last week’s World Movement for Democracy Global Assembly in Senegal. The theme of the weeklong event was “Building Strategic Partnerships for Democratic Renewal,” with a focus on ways to strengthen inclusive democratic governance and engage stakeholders in civil s...

An Epidemic of Intolerance: Global Threats to Freedom of Expression

05.03.2018
Freedom of speech and open internet principles are fundamental to democratic values and a key focus of many CIPE programs with global partners. CIPE Chairman Greg Lebedev recently published a thought-provoking piece that explains, what he calls, “layers of intolerance” or techniques used to sil...

Why Companies in Emerging Markets Should Prioritize Data Privacy

04.06.2018
In the wake of recent news regarding improper use of online consumer information, many businesses, governments, and civil society organizations are questioning what responsibilities companies of all sizes have to protect user data. Data privacy is a universal issue affecting citizens and the privat...

To Help Reform Work in Ukraine, LADU Looks at the Supply Side

02.16.2018
Ukraine has no shortage of citizens who envision a better future for their country. They are the ones who led the 2014 Revolution of Dignity and continue to fight against corruption and for improved standards of living and freedom. Yet nearly four years later, preliminary reform efforts have not ga...
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