Civil Society Strengthening

The Fragility Within

International development, as we have conceived it over the last several decades, may not be dead, but it is dying.

Libyan Journalists Report on Conflict Dividing Their Country

With the rise of independent media after the 2011 revolution, Libyans were hopeful for a new era in which freedom of speech would become a cornerstone of a new state and rule of law.

Two Librarians' Flood Relief Efforts in Myanmar

Myanmar is in the early stages of recovering from devastating floods that displaced 384,900 households and affected more than 1.6 million people.

Transforming Libraries into Inclusive Hubs for Information Access and Community Development

For some, libraries represent a trusted community where citizens can gather to address common challenges with the support of library staff and tech-enabled access to information.
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