Almost 350 million voters across Latin America and the Caribbean – close to three-quarters of all citizens in the region- will go to the polls this year.
Are you overwhelmed by social media being in the limelight of politics? The odds are that you are.
The data revolution is changing the way citizens share knowledge, demand services and interact with each other, their public representatives, and private organizations.
September 25 marked two years since the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were signed. The SDGs or Global Goals represent a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure worldwide peace and prosperity.
For decades Germany has used technology to manage key election processes. Electronic voting machines, automated tallying systems and even social media platforms are all part of the history of German elections. Unfortunately, progress has been anything but constant.
August 26, which is Women’s Equality Day the United States, is a perfect moment to review the current state of women’s equality around the world.