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Roundtable: The 2030 Agenda: Addressing corruption in support of democratic governance and sustainable development

Is corruption always a constraint for development? Is there a universal means to tackle corruption? What impact does corruption have on the quality of democracy?

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2017
Participants and panelists at the event. Photo credit: Gosia Calabro

Participants and panelists at the event. Photo credit: Gosia Calabro

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Oct
19
2017
31th Day Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution 

31th Day Hong Kong Umbrella Revolution 

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Oct
18
2017
Work meeting to analize the progress in parity. Photo Credit: International IDEA.

Work meeting to analize the progress in parity. Photo Credit: International IDEA.

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Oct
18
2017
Street protest in Bucharest, Romania, 2017

Street protest in Bucharest, Romania, 2017

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    International IDEA's The Global State of Democracy publication cover

    International IDEA's The Global State of Democracy publication cover

    15 November 2017
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Globally, democracy is at a crossroads. International IDEA’s The Global State of Democracy publication assesses the state of democracy worldwide, with the aim of providing evidence-based analysis and actionable recommendations for current threats and challenges to democracy.
    DemTech Q&A with Peter Wolf, International IDEA
    31 October 2017
    Facebook.com/InternationalIDEA
    Join us for a live chat on International IDEA's Facebook page – as we sit down to discuss the interlinkages between democracy and technology with Peter Wolf. Ever wanted to know more about cyber security and elections, the use of biometrics or how technology can be used to improve the integrity of a vote? Then join the live chat – and pitch your questions...
    North Darfur Woman Votes in Sudanese National Elections

    North Darfur Woman Votes in Sudanese National Elections

    Image: United Nations Photo

    10 - 12 November 2017
    Cotonou, Benin
      Analyses of democratic process in Africa over the past 30 years represent a paradox. Optimists point to the huge gains that have been made in terms of free and fair elections, peaceful political changes and increased political and civil rights. More pessimistic analysts point to ongoing democratic deficits such as voter intimidation and violence and the...

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