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CANVAS Apr 10
We're really excited to be featured in Greg Satell’s new book, CASCADES, which explains how you can drive transformational change in an organization, an industry or throughout society as a whole. It hits the bookstores this week!
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CANVAS Jul 27
Elections Elections Elections ! From watershed elections scheduled in Zimbabwe and Cambodia to new parties taking the mantle in Pakistan, this weekly news covers elections happening all across the world!
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CANVAS Jul 20
From declining democracies in Poland and the United States, to problems with elections in the DRC and Maldives, here’s a look at the recent events of this week:
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CANVAS Jul 13
The world is undergoing dramatic political transformations. This week, we have seen corruption and protests in the Maldives and Nicaragua, as well as worsening humanitarian situations in Myanmar and Syria. Read more in our weekly report.
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CANVAS Jul 6
Elections, censorship, and violence world wide. Read more in our weekly report.
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CANVAS Jul 2
About 1000 people participated in Istanbul's Pride March despite the government's ban. This rally certainly celebrated hope and survival in the face of violence and oppression.
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CANVAS Jun 29
Political and social instability from the Americas to Southeast Asia. Read our weekly news here:
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CANVAS Jun 22
From gearing up for elections in Zimbabwe, to a new President in Colombia, to struggles for fair elections in Cambodia and Thailand... This week’s news from CANVAS:
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CANVAS Jun 20
US departure from the UNHRC sparks confusion and turmoil in the face of human rights. Our daily news article seeks to debunk why and shows how the withdrawal is not in alignment with the US commitment to protect human rights globally.
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CANVAS Jun 18
Find about the increasing hate crimes on journalists and press freedom in India in our daily news! From the death of Gauri Lankesh to the recent hate crimes against Rana Ayuub, this article attempts to show the risk associated with journalism in India.
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Tufts Magazine Jun 14
You’re at a gathering in a repressive country when police arrive, clubs swinging. How do you capture it without endangering yourself? There’s an app for that.
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CANVAS Jun 15
¡La Fuerza del Pueblo! This week we are bringing you news from Nicaragua, Venezuela, and North Korea.
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CANVAS Jun 14
Discontent, demonstration and departure. Georgia’s Prime Minister has resigned following popular outcry and protests against government corruption. He is one of a handful of prime ministers to step down amidst popular demonstrations and discontent.
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CANVAS Jun 6
The recent death of a medic in Gaza comes as hundreds of Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli military near the border in a recent protests. Read the story here.
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CANVAS 22 Feb 18
Let's talk about laughtivism! Join on Friday, March 2 at Indiana University to discuss the power of political satire in today's complex world.
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CANVAS 8 Feb 18
How can ideas that toppled a dictator be used today to defend democracy? In this article for The Guardian, Srdja Popovic describes his experiences with OTPOR! to explain how people can use laughter, unity, and nonviolence to defend democratic institutions.
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CANVAS 2 Feb 18
We are happy to present you with another Weekly Report! This time with news from the Maldives, the US, Myanmar, Zimbabwe and many more - besides bidding farewell to Gene Sharp.
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CANVAS 2 Feb 18
In this piece for the Washington Post, Srdja Popovic and Slobodan Djinovic, co-founders of CANVAS, reflect on the passing of visionary Gene Sharp. They remark on his legacy, as it continues to shape nonviolent movements into the future.
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CANVAS 26 Jan 18
Another week is coming to an end and we are proud to present you another CANVAS Weekly Report! This time, we bring updates from Cuba, Cambodia, Zimbabwe, Venezuela and lots of other countries. Have a great weekend and stay informed!
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CANVAS 19 Jan 18
Start your weekend informed! Not sure what's going on right now in Cambodia, Poland, Myanmar, Venezuela, and around the world? Find out now in our latest weekly report!
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