Unrest in Tunisia: Survey Results Paint a Complex Picture

The nearly 10-year-old Tunisian democracy has been severely tested over the past year.  Tunisia has endured several rounds of protests, economic headwinds, and a worsening COVID-19 situation. But arguably the biggest test came in late July 2021, when President Kais Saied suspended Parliament and removed the Prime Minister, throwing the long-term fate of democracy in

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No One Leaves Home for a Simple Reason:

More migrants from the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras crossed or attempted to cross the border in the first half of 2021 than in all of 2020.1  While COVID-19 may have slowed migration in 2020, it was temporary, and the numbers are rising again.  We know that the broad root causes

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Vaccine Hesitancy Around the World: Spotlight on Ukraine

Vaccine hesitancy is currently a hot topic due to concerns around COVID-19. However, it has long been an issue for the international development community. As public health officials around the world work to vaccinate people against COVID-19 and increase basic general immunization coverage, they must also wrestle with the complex issue of vaccine hesitancy. The

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