The Liberty Hill Foundation concentrates on helping community activists create lasting change in Los Angeles.
A community-based program in rural Kentucky uses face-to-face social networks to promote wellness.
Protest movements don't emerge merely because people have something to protest. Many other factors come into play.
Does granting people priority for organ allocation affect their willingness to become organ donors?
A look at how to examine the effectiveness of community advocacy and representation.
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The OGP partnership with Brazil represents a global challenge for government and civil society stakeholders to advance the concept of 21st-century democracy.
What does it mean for civil society to have a seat—and an equal voice—at OGP’s table?
Matthias Chikawe, Justice Minister of Tanzania, and Rakesh Rajani, a Tanzanian civil society leader, discuss the potential impacts of OGP in Tanzania.
Networks, equal access, and read-write products are no longer just core design elements of the Internet; we are making them real.
More collaboration among activist groups leads to a broader repertoire of tactics.