openDemocracy projects, past and present

Investigative journalism and critical commentary challenging the exclusion of women's and LGBTIQ voices from public debates around the world

Beyond Trafficking and Slavery explores the root causes of forced labour, trafficking and slavery with academic rigour and journalistic clarity.

We monitor the crisis in European democracy, looking across our borders to clarify the dangers and envision a different future.

Who is bankrolling British politics? We want to get past donor anonymity to find out the whole story

A global platform that publishes voices influencing the debate on democracy, human rights and civil liberties in Latin America, Europe and beyond.

digitaLiberties is openDemocracy's debate on democracy, freedom, privacy and the digital age

Analysis and reporting reflecting the vibrant diversity of voices, cultures and peoples in a region often reduced to a homogeneous whole


Reportage, comment and analysis of the progressive agenda in Eurasia

openDemocracyUK covers the unfolding crisis in Britain's democracy, its root causes and the injustices which stem from it

The UK justice system is under threat. openJustice explores the impact on people, society and democracy.

openDemocracy's investigation into press freedom.

There are migrants of many different professions, ages, skin colours, languages and faiths. They are young and old, single and married, pregnant and not, able and disabled, healthy and ill, heterosexual and LGBTQ, rich and poor. Many are travelling to escape something, while all are travelling to find something.

What should our BBC look like, and how should it should adapt?

Committed to a comprehensive, universal, publicly funded and owned National Health Service for the UK, breaking the stories other media miss

UK investigative reporting on immigration detention and removal, deaths in state care or custody, prisons and child prisoners, outsourcing and austerity.

From 2014 to 2020, Transformation published great writing at the intersection of the personal and political, believing that deep change is possible where love meets social justice

How do parliaments shape democracy? And how does democracy shape parliaments? Published in association with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy

Civil Society Futures was an independent inquiry that ran from 2017-2018, a national conversation about how English civil society can flourish in a fast-changing world

A debate about how to build a just, sustainable and resilient economy

Putting people, planet and power at the centre of the debate about our economic future

Bringing together diverse voices to develop effective, progressive political strategies.

In 2017 a team came together in Barcelona to address the question: how can civil society help to renew our democracies?

openDemocracy and the Fund for Global Human Rights have collaborated on a series exploring what human rights activists need from their allies to effectively enact lasting social change.

To effectively counter fascist and far-right extremism you need to understand it. Which groups are revolutionary or violent? Who are the most dangerous figures, and why? And, vitally, what are the best ways to counter the radical right?

A journalism training programme to encourage emerging young voices in the Middle East and North Africa to express themselves, exchange views and be heard

Breaking the spiral of violent radicalisation

openMovements aims at providing critical and empirically based outlooks on social movements and new expressions of social and cultural transformations: the ones which make the media headlines and those which discreetly transform daily life and politics alike, at the local and global scales.

What challenges face vulnerable people at and within national borders? We will also shine a spotlight on resilience and solidarity across those frontiers as well as across boundaries of ethnicity, gender, age and class.

Every Thursday, openDemocracy brings together a panel of experts to discuss topics ranging from global economics to racialised inequality. Join for free to watch the live stream and put your questions to the panel

openDemocracy and the Open University collaborate to report on the human stories of women's entrepreneurship in Africa.

The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act gives citizens the right to ask for information from any public body. But across the UK, access to information is increasingly difficult

Parallel Journeys is a multimedia platform with field reporting, visual narratives, first-hand accounts and expert views – at the start, middle, end or return points of migration journeys across the globe.

Toward a just digital transition: Making Europe fit for the digital age

All openDemocracy's podcasts in one place

In this series, scholars, digital and human rights activists, artists, technical and legal experts develop a critical agenda to address the interconnection between human rights and internet futures

Activists, researchers, journalists, artists and policymakers from around the globe explore possible solutions to the world’s inequalities

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Una plataforma global que publica voces que influyen en el debate sobre la democracia, los derechos humanos y las libertades civiles en América Latina, Europa y más allá.

Beyond Trafficking and Slavery explores the root causes of forced labour, trafficking and slavery with academic rigour and journalistic clarity.

La mayoría de artículos de 50.50 se encuentran en nuestra página Inglesa.

Jornalismo investigativo e comentários críticos desafiando a exclusão das vozes das mulheres e LGBTIQ dos debates públicos em todo o mundo

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