UN Secretary-General presents roadmap for upgrading the UN
Proposals for more inclusive UN remain on the table, civil society groups say
Climate Assembly Presents Citizens' Report
+ Citizens urge for major changes in future climate policy +
+ All candidates for chancellor receive Citizens’ Report +
+ Forsa poll shows high approval for Citizens' Assembly +
Liechtenstein Institute reinforces the Direct Democracy Navigator
The Direct Democracy Navigator, a joint project by Democracy International and the Swiss Democracy Foundation has gained a new host organisation with the Liechtenstein Institute. With its long experience in democracy...
European Commission commits to banning caged farming as a result of European citizens’ initiative, End the Cage Age
European Commission commits to banning caged farming in the European Union as a result of European citizens’ initiative, End the Cage Age
On June 30th, 2021, the European Commission submitted its reply to the European...
“The 1.5° target is a top priority” - German Climate Assembly presents recommendations
Climate Assembly presents results together with former Federal President and participants.
The Conference on the Future of Europe launched, but must keep promise of citizens' focus
The long-awaited Conference on the Future of Europe officially launched in Strasbourg on Sunday, 9th May 2021. The EU institutions have promised citizens and civil society a Conference that will be an innovative and...
International Day of Multilateralism: civil society groups call for a more democratic UN
On the occasion of the International Day for Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace on 24 April, a group of over 80 civil society organisations calls for a more inclusive and democratic UN. Organisations such as Avaaz...
Citizens' Assembly hands over results to Schäuble and the Bundestag
Mehr Demokratie – Democracy International
The handover event will be livestreamed in its entirety - Media places on site are limited
Webinar: Germany's role and Europe's contribution: How foreign policy can be discussed with citizens
Online discussion on 16 March 2021, 4:30 to 5:45 PM CET.
To participate in the webinar you must register in advance:
The world will not be able to recover from the pandemic until democracy is recovering
2020 was not only bad year for health, education and the economy in the world, but also for democracy and our freedoms. With three key reports on the “Global State of Democracy” published, the message is clear: people...