Mauritius' opposition coalition, the Militant Socialist Movement (MSM), took the lead in Wednesday's National Assembly Election.
A referendum with three ballot measures on taxes, immigration, and gold was held in Switzerland on Sunday 30 November 2014.
The second round of the presidential election in Uruguay was held on Sunday 30 November 2014.
The election in Moldova for 101 seats in the Parliament (Parlament) was held on Sunday 30 November 2014.
The elections in Namibia for National Assembly and President were held on Friday 28 November 2014.[i]
The election in Greenland for the 31 seats in the Diet was held on Friday 28 November 2014
The election in Tonga for 17 seats in the Legislative Assembly (Fale Alea) was held on Thursday 27 November 2014.
Tunisia held the first presidential election since the Jasmine Revolution on Sunday 23 November 2014.
Bahrain held an election for the 40 seats in the Council of Representatives (Majlis Al-Nuwab) on Saturday 22 November 2014
A timely discussion on the power of media, connectivity, and the internet in promoting global advancement.
Kingsley Moghalu, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, will discuss this topic.
A look at the recent local elections in Taiwan.
The election in Solomon Islands for the 50 seats in the National Parliament was held on Wednesday 19 November 2014.
The second round of the presidential election in Romania was held on Sunday 16 November 2014.
Join select authors and representatives from the Rockefeller Foundation and George Mason University to discuss how urban communities and industrial enterprises can “survive, adapt, and flourish in the face of turbulent change and uncertainty.”
A discussion on Brazil and its economic growth.
A discussion on Tunisia's democratic process.
The 2nd Annual CIDC Conference explores the factors shaping the evolution of international capacity building and related shared government and IDC objectives, and the roles and contributions of IDCs supporting U.S. government agencies’ critical missions.
This talk will update development organizations in Washington, D.C., on the Lower Mekong Initiative’s structure and current priorities.
The luncheon seminar considers how recent proposed changes in Internet governance will affect human rights online and how Internet governance institutions and processes might be made more accountable to netizens.
A workshop on Context-Driven Technology Choice for Development.
Join leaders from Haitian civil society, policy makers, and academics as they discuss the current housing crisis and offer solutions to ensure Haitians’ right to housing is realized.
An important and enlightening discussion on the future of development cooperation.
Join us for "'Consciousness Precedes Being,' Vaclav Havel claimed: Making Choices on the Maidan."