The National Endowment for Democracy has released a report investigating the compromising effects of…
A report from Freedom House, looks at the breaking of the democratic consensus across Central Europe and the Balkans…
Today’s political crisis is of the West’s own making. “It is a paradox of democracy,” the historian Jill Lepore recently wrote, “that the best way to defend democracy is…
One hundred and fifty university professors, writers and activists signed an open letter to Harpers Magazine to present their concern that “a new set of moral attitudes and political affiliations” […]
Isaiah Berlin, Two Concepts of Liberty In this classic 1958 study, Berlin advocates more precise and nuanced political terminology, in which the superficially understood concept of freedom […]
The Bulgarian Community for Liberal Democracy (BOLD) is guided by the shared vision of its members for a society with democratic governance and a pluralistic political system in which
In the discussion club Marginalia the social psychologist Rumen Petrov talks with the human rights activist Dimitrina Petrova and Antoniy Todorov
The film explores the intersections of race, justice and mass imprisonment in the United States.
We continue with the topic of human rights together with a specialist to whom we are infinitely grateful that he accepted our invitation to participate. Dr. Dimitrina Petrova has dedicated her life to defending human rights, developing large-scale projects in over 40 countries on various human rights issues
Freedom, Sancho, is one of the most precious gifts that heaven has bestowed upon men; no treasures that the earth holds buried or the sea conceals can compare with it; for freedom, as for honour, life may and should be ventured.