January 2022

‘Everyday’ Citizens Risk Radicalization While ‘Seeking Truth’

This blog is part of a series of articles written by Georgetown University students, published as part of Counterpart’s Next Generation in Thought Leadership initiative. …

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December 2021

Counterpart International Joins Dozens of Democracy Organizations to Promote Global Democracy Strengthening

On December 7, Counterpart International joined nearly 50 democracy organizations form around the world for the Global Democracy Coalition Forum, a global multi-stakeholder coalition that …

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December 2021

5 THINGS WE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BIDEN SUMMIT FOR DEMOCRACY

On December 9-10, 2021, President Joe Biden will host a virtual Summit for Democracy, featuring leaders from government, civil society, and the private sector. The summit …

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Official Launch Of USAID’s “Jagoranci” Resilient Governance Project Activities: Strengthening The Social Contract Between The State And Citizens And Improving The Resilience Of Communities

Embassy of the United States of America, Niger

U.S. Government Supports Local Governance in Niger

2021 — 2026

RESILIENT GOVERNANCE IN NIGER

Challenge Since returning to democratic rule in 2011, the Government of Niger has taken important steps to curb corruption, increase transparency, and push for decentralization. …

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DemTIG Week: The Right Initiative to Improve Human Rights

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Democracy and Governance Innovations in Fragile Contexts: Promising Practices and Recommended Policy Changes

National Learning Session Ahead of 2019 Mozambique Elections

On December 5th, Counterpart International’s Parceria Cívica para Boa Governação program (PCBG), in partnership with the MONITOR Network, held a national learning session for the Peaceful …

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Young Professionals in Foreign Policy

Burkina Faso, Five Years After “Revolution 2.0”

Five years after the protests filled the streets of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso has since held the national election that activists demanded, marking a new era in Burkina Faso’s democracy. Nevertheless, challenges both old and new continue to plague the country’s socioeconomic growth and democratic development.

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