Demokratie ohne Grenzen

Bertelsmann study: Quality of democracy declining in EU and OECD countries
Sustainable Governance IndicatorsThe quality of democracy in industrialized states is steadily declining. At the same time political polarization is growing, making it more difficult for states to implement sustainable reform….
DWB | 15.11.2018
Together First: A new campaign for global governance reform
Democracy Without Borders supports Together First, a global campaign that advocates a reform and transformation of today’s global governance into «a global system that works for all.»A global system that…
DWB | 12.11.2018
Renewing democracy: proposals and ideas from civil society
Worldwide consultationsIf we could reimagine the kind of democracy we live in and the way we experience democracy, what would it look and be like?This was the question our global…
Mandeep Tiwana | 09.11.2018
From idea to prototype: The New Shape Process for global governance innovation
Democracy Without Borders is one of the organizations that has been participating in the New Shape Process of the Global Challenges Foundation. With kind permission we republish in the following…
Julien Leyre | 07.11.2018
New data confirms a halt of democracy’s rise in the world
In November 2017 the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA) based in Stockholm published its first report on “The Global State of Democracy” (GSoD) (Democracy Without Borders…
Marie Becker | 07.11.2018
Debate on a World Parliament: “We cannot wait for another disaster”
On 25 October 2018 Democracy Without Borders Sweden, together with the Global Challenges Foundation and the Institute for Future Studies organized a seminar on the book A World Parliament: Governance…
Hans Leander | 30.10.2018
Germany is forging an alliance for multilateralism to strengthen the global order
The main topic in the general debate of the ongoing 73rd session of the General Assembly was the very principle underlying the United Nations: Multilateralism. Secretary-General António Guterres warned that…
Jessica Seiler | 29.10.2018
Sovereignty and the challenge of countering the threats to democracy
In many countries in the world democracy is under stress. There are more and more signs that a global democratic backsliding may be setting in. Recently, the Varieties of Democracy…
Andreas Bummel | 11.10.2018
News from the Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly
This week, the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly was opened in New York. Next week’s general debate of heads of state and government will be held under…
DWB | 21.09.2018
Umfrage zu Global Gover­nance zeigt Unter­stützung für supra­nationale Entscheidungen
Die in Stockholm ansässige Global Challenges Foundation hat kürzlich eine Nachfolgestudie zu ihrer Umfrage „Attitudes to Global Risk and Governance“ von 2017 veröffentlicht, die erneut von ComRes durchgeführt wurde. Die…
Andrew McAllister | 29.08.2018
How ‘Big History’ can save the world
The term “Big History” was coined in the early 1990s by the historian David Christian of Macquarie University. It is nothing if not ambitious, aiming to integrate human history with the deeper…
Ian Crawford | 09.08.2018
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