Policy Dialogue Day 2019

”New Challenges to Democracy, Governance, and Peace”

This year’s Policy Dialogue Day is organized by the V-Dem (Varieties of Democracy) Institute, the QoG (Quality of Government) Institute, GLD-Gothenburg (Program for Governance and Local Development), UCPD (Uppsala Conflict Data Program) and ViEWS (a Political Violence Early-Warning System). 

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. 

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