It feels as if the 2016 Presidential election was just yesterday but yet it is already November 2018 and the US midterms are here. Will they be a replay of the anti-establishment nationalist wave that trumped Hillary Clinton in 2016? Millions
In several countries around the world, central and local governments have been running tests and attempts of online voting. In some cases, they have been successful. In others, not quite. Agora is one of the companies developing what they believe to be
eBallot is on the cutting edge of online voting with a focus on workplace democracy. The company provides solutions for companies and organizations that want an efficient and transparent method to make democratic decisions. We caught up with Brian Carter, Head
Citizens Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Reykjavik, Iceland, developing digital systems that allow citizens to directly participate in their government's decision-making. The organization has worked with local and national governments in over 20 countries across Europe and Australia.
Online voting has existed in the public imagination for decades. Until very recently, it remained suppressed by doubts about its security. Enormous advances made during the past decade in cryptography and blockchain technology have finally put online voting on the
Spotlight on Sierra Leone 2018 Elections Recent international community attention has been focused on inclusive approaches to prevent (violent) conflict, particularly as we get close to the publication of the complete version of United Nations/World Bank Pathways for Peace report. We
Polis is a start-up from Massachusetts founded by Kendall Tucker in 2015. It sells data and softwares to organizations that go door-to-door. For two years Polis has been selling the most advanced door-to-door app in politics, before expanding into door-to-door