Secretive governments and social norms that discourage debate have held back quality journalism in many Arab countries. A new initiative aims to change that.
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These papers propose formulations for indicators that might inform civil society advocacy as well as negotiations aimed at settling post-2015 education targets, while highlighting potential unintended consequences.
This review examines major perspectives on the role of technology in shaping the future of work.
A groundbreaking right-to-information law is already bearing fruit in Pakistan, as citizens and the media use it to shine a light on government corruption and inefficiency.
Philip Howard, professor of technology and international affairs, will present his latest book, Pax Technica: How the Internet of Things May Set Us Free or Lock Us Up, followed by an open discussion.
A new study shows that even in a society where freedom of expression is restricted, pollsters can learn a lot about what people want from their government.
In the future, which workers will “win” and which ones will “lose”?