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UN Sustainable Development Goals
Democracy is a form of government in which the people exercise the authority of government. Who people are and how authority is shared among them are core issues for democratic development and constitution. Some cornerstones of these issues are freedom of assembly and speech, inclusiveness and equality, membership, consent, voting, right to life and minority rights.
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Organizations relating to Democracy
African Democracy Forum / Kigali, Rwanda / Est. 2000
Caribbean Democrat Union / Castries, St Lucia / Est. 1986
Civic Life International / Kettering OH, USA / Est. 2004
Community of Democracies / Warsaw, Poland / Est. 2000
Global Foundation for Democracy and Development / Washington DC, USA
InterBand / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1992
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1953
Rinoceros / Paris, France / Est. 2002
Environmental Partnership for Sustainable Development / Brno, Czech Rep / Est. 1991
World Organization of United Cities and Local Governments / Barcelona, Spain / Est. 2004
European Instrument for Democracy and for Human Rights / Brussels, Belgium
Association for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1998
RCN justice et démocratie / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1989
United Nations Democracy Fund / New York NY, USA / Est. 2005
Swedish International Liberal Centre / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1989
Asia Pacific Democrat Union / Canberra, Australia / Est. 1982
Gaian Democracy Network / London, UK / Est. 2002
Point of Peace Foundation / Stavanger, Norway
Arab Association for Democracy / Est. 2007
Global Democracy Initiative / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2005
International Democrat Union / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1983
European Magistrates for Democracy and Liberties / Belgrade, Serbia / Est. 1985
League of Democracies / Est. 2007
Carpathian Foundation International / Budapest, Hungary / Est. 1995
International Foundation for Electoral Systems / Arlington VA, USA / Est. 1987
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