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Feb 27, 2014

Ecuador’s Restrictive Press Law is Focus of March 5 Event with Sanctioned Cartoonist

The National Endowment for Democracy and its Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) will host a March 5 luncheon discussion about Ecuador’s new communication law and how the government is using it to further restrict space for freedom of expression and independent news media in Ecuador. :: MORE

Jul 19, 2013

The Washington Post on the deaths of Oswaldo Paya and Harold Cepero

The Washington Post Editorial Board on the deaths of Oswaldo Paya and Harold Cepero in "For Cuba, a torch of freedom." :: MORE

Jul 11, 2013

New issue of the Journal of Democracy covers developments in the Arab world, Latin America, Russia, and Kenya

July Issue also features essays by Steven Levitsky and Lucan Way and by Donald Emmerson. :: MORE

Apr 12, 2011

NED's Fabiola Cordova speaks with PBS Newshour about Peru's elections

NED Program Officer Fabiola Cordova speaks with PBS Newshour about Peru's presidential elections. :: MORE

Mar 31, 2011

NED Grantees Facilitate Peaceful Elections in Haiti

NED Program Officer Fabiola Córdova writes about the role NED grantees played in the recent run-off elections in Haiti. :: MORE

Mar 24, 2011

NED Welcomes Spring 2011 Fellows

The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is pleased to announce its Spring 2011 cohort of Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows.  In residence this spring and summer are leading practitioners, journalists, and scholars from a wide range of countries, including Angola, Cameroon, Ghana, India, Mexico, Ukraine, and Venezuela. :: MORE

Oct 20, 2010

RF Fellow Arturo Alvarado Mendoza Featured on NPR's OnPoint

Reagan-Fascell Fellow Arturo Alvarado Mendoza discusses the violence in Mexico on NPR's OnPoint Radio.  :: MORE

Aug 3, 2010

Haitians Need their Own Voice

NED Program Officer Fabiola Cordova is featured on the Americas Quarterly Website making the case for engaging Haiti's civil society in the reconstruction of a country still reeling from January's devastating earthquake. :: MORE

Mar 15, 2010

Haiti Update

The devastating earthquake that hit Haiti in January reversed the small but significant progress the country had made in the past years.  :: MORE

Jan 19, 2010

Twenty Years of the Journal of Democracy

The first issue of the new year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Journal of Democracy, featuring essays on the theme, "Democracy's Past and Future." :: MORE