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How democratic is your country?

How do you increase popular support for democracy? Can you measure democracy? IDEA's State of Democracy (SoD) assessment frameworks, described in this short film, empower citizens to assess their own democracy and identify policy steps needed to improve the quality of that democracy.

IDEA TALKS: Edna Co on democracy assessments in the Philippines

Edna Co shares the experiences of the University of the Philippines democracy assessments at IDEA conference "Citizen-led assessments of democracy, a decade of experiences around the world." Bangkok Thailand 17 Sept 2013.

IDEA TALKS: Tsetsenbileg Tseven on democracy assessments in Mongolia

Tsetsenbileg Tseven on the experiences of Mongolian Academy of Sciences and their democracy assessments, at IDEA conference "Citizen-led assessments of democracy, a decade of experiences around the world." Bangkok Thailand 17 Sept 2013.

IDEA TALKS: Chipenzi McDonald on democracy assessments in Zambia

Chipenzi McDonald shares the experience of Foundation of Democratic Process (FODEP) democracy assessments, at IDEA conference "Citizen-led assessments of democracy, a decade of experiences around the world." Bangkok Thailand 17 Sept 2013.

IDEA TALKS: Andrew Blick on democracy assessments in the UK

Andrew Blick shares the experience of Democratic Audit, United Kingdom of their democracy assessments at IDEA conference "Citizen-led assessments of democracy, a decade of experiences around the world," in Bangkok Thailand 17 Sept 2013.

International IDEA: Working for Democracy

In this film, find out more about IDEA's vision and mission, its key impact areas, where it works – with whom and how – to support sustainable democracy worldwide.

Interview with President of Mongolia - Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj

International IDEA spoke with President of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj on his visit to Sweden Stockholm. 9 October 2012

Interview with Rufa Cagoco-Guiam Associate Professor, Mindanao State University, Philippines

The IDEA State of Local Democracy (SoLD) assessment methodology empowers citizens to assess their own democracy. It identifies steps needed to improve the quality of that democracy. Rufa took part in assessing the SoLD in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao.