Article Using V-Dem Data Won Prize for the Best Infographics

On December 4th, the ceremony of the 7th Annual Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards took place in New York.

New V-Dem Graphing Tools: Create Exciting Results

V-Dem Institute is releasing eight new and updated Graphing Tools with enhanced customization controls, user interface improvements, new data export format and much more.

Call for a Data Manager

V-Dem Institute is looking for a Data Manager! Deadline: November, 4th

Call for a Post-Doc Fellow

V-Dem is looking for a Post-Doc with a start in Spring 2019 or latest by September 1st, 2019.

Kick-off of the V-Dem Regional Center for Southern Africa

V-Dem Institute in collaboration with the Department of Political and Administrative Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zambia organized a V-Dem Regional Conference 2018 on Southern Africa, June 11-12, 2018.

Research Workshop “Democracy in Reverse"

In what ways can we compare and better understand patterns of autocratization in the post-communist world? Autocratization can be seen as a process, in which democratic institutions, rights and practices are curtailed or undermined – to the point, of course, where an autocratic regime takes hold.

Call: Country Coordinator on Brunei

We are searching for Country Coordinator on Brunei!

UN Remarks to the Policy Dialogue Day

Secretary-General's Senior Advisor on Policy Ms. Ana María Menéndez - remarks to the Policy Dialogue Day 2018.

“Democracy for All?” – The V-Dem Annual Democracy Report 2018

Key finding: Global levels of democracy remain high, but autocratization – the decline of democratic attributes – affects 2.5 billion people and is gaining momentum. 

International Policy Day on Democracy Support and Governance

Research shows that countries with women in parliaments are more likely to achieve developmental goals that are of importance to women. In some African countries, it has led to lower levels of maternal mortality for both mothers and children. During an international conference at the University of Gothenburg on May 30, leading researchers and decision makers will gather to discuss, among other things, how the role of women in development and foreign policy can contribute to creating more equal societies.

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