October 15, 2020

Women’s Critical Role in Preserving Afghanistan’s Democratic Progress

The peace negotiations that began in September 2020 between the Afghan government and the Taliban represent a critical moment in the country’s almost four decades of conflict. Civil society organizations...


Street Life During a Pandemic: NED Grantee Kay Youth Media Highlights Kenya’s...

When Covid-19 arrived to Kenya, James Smart—former Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy (NED)—worried the government’s announcements over...


NED grantee Code for Pakistan addresses COVID-19 with better data

On Friday, March 27, civic-tech NGO Code for Pakistan (CfP) was among the some 400 NGOs to receive grant support from the National Endowment for Democracy’s (NED) Board of Directors.  A NED grantee...


June 13, 2018

Beyond Pyongyang: Connecting with the People of North Korea

08:30 AM - 12:00 PM

NED hosted a discussion of recent developments featuring the insights of key policy makers and experts in U.S. – DPRK relations, as well as the recipients of NED’s 2018 Democracy Award. These activists discussed how exposure to and engagement with the outside world is changing North Korea from the inside, and what that change means for the future of North Korea and its people.