August 2017

Accountability Beyond Borders: The Connectas Hub and Innovation for Change

In today’s world, events and challenges in the pueblos (towns) of Mexico can be felt as far away as Buenos Aires, Argentina and Washington, DC. …

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July 2017

Partnership between the Government and Civil Society Strengthens the Future of Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is a nation in transition. Having gained independence only 15 years ago, Timor-Leste’s democracy has taken hold despite political instability, a weak economy and …

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June 2017

Changing the World & Challenging the Status Quo: The LAC Hub

Yesterday, 100,000 people across five cities in Chile recycled from the comfort of their couch. They arranged everything from the time of the pickup to …

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June 2017

The Future of Latin America: Can the Sharing Economy Spark Inclusion?

Young entrepreneurs and civil society activists crowded into a small conference room in Recoleta, Buenos Aires, in early June. With them they brought the hope …

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Participación Cívica in Guatemala

Government corruption in Guatemala has long been identified as a significant barrier…

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Civil Society & Government Unite For a Free and Open Internet

Answering the question of how leaders and organizations around the world can ensure the internet stays free, open, and secure for everyone.

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Civil Society and Government Align for Transparency in Central America

“Over the last five years of socio-political life in Honduras, we have witnessed … successes and setbacks. The public outcry … to allow space for …

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Lifting Elephants in Burkina Faso

‘If the ants get together, they can lift an elephant.’ -Burkinabé Saying Children cling tightly to hand turned ropes as they descend 30 meters or …

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Civil Society Strengthening Program in Morocco

Since the Arab Spring in 2011, the government of Morocco has worked to improve…

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Mai Munisipiu in Timor-Leste

We build the capacity of local government and legal institutions to help them better respond to citizens’ needs.

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