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International IDEA

Supporting Democracy Worldwide

EVENT: Representation in the Age of Populism?

The appeal of traditional institutions for political representation seems to be in decline in both established and developing democracies alike. Increasingly, new forms of political action and agendas emerge, including different forms of Populism.
Experts will address whether populism—in all its different forms and shapes—signifies a potential demise of representative democracy, or if it triggers a renewal? 

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Jun
14
2018
Photo Credit: International IDEA/Iris Felicia Haidau

Photo Credit: International IDEA/Iris Felicia Haidau

Dutch Politician and Rights Activist elected as Chair of the Board of Advisers
Jun
01
2018

Photo credit: Marilyn Neven, International IDEA

SYMPOSIUM: Supporting inclusive governance for sustainable democracy to celebrate 10 years of the European Day of Solidarity between generations
May
30
2018
Participants of the YDA Showcase Workshop in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photo credit: of ActionAid Bangladesh.

Participants of the YDA Showcase Workshop in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photo credit: of ActionAid Bangladesh.

Engaging the youth in Bangladesh: A showcase of the Youth Democracy Academy
May
28
2018
The Secretary -General with Mr Romain Schneider, Minister for Development Cooperation in Luxembough. Photo credit: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Luxembough.

The Secretary -General with Mr Romain Schneider, Minister for Development Cooperation in Luxembourg. Photo credit: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Luxembourg.

Secretary-General participates in high-level meetings

Upcoming Events

18 - 20 June 2018
Brussels
The appeal of traditional institutions for political representation, such as political parties and legislatures, seems to be in decline in both established and developing democracies alike. Increasingly, new forms of political action and agendas emerge, including different forms of Populism.
26 - 29 June 2018
UNITAR CIFAL Jeju, Republic of Korea
Over the past few decades, globalization and technological advancements have significantly boosted human mobility. As of 2017, UN DESA estimates that 258 million people—3.3 percent of the global population—are international migrants.

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