Event: Cultural Literacy in the Twenty-First Century

On Friday, October 16, Democracy co-hosted an event with the Aspen Institute on what it means to be culturally literate in the twenty-first century, and what every American should know.

By Jack Meserve

Democracy, Third Way Co-Host Event on Rebuilding Trust in Government

On Friday, June 19, Democracy and Third Way are co-hosting a lunch discussion in Washington, D.C. on government transparency and public trust. The event will kick off with a keynote address by Aneesh Chopra, the first chief technology officer of the United States, on current efforts to use transparency to increase trust in government.

By Madeleine Stevens

Event: Regulating the Digital Economy

On Tuesday, September 30, Democracy and the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy hosted a lively discussion on how progressives should approach regulation in the age of Uber, Airbnb, big data, high-speed broadband, and relentless innovation.

By Jack Meserve

Aspen Institute Event on National Service

On June 4-6, the Aspen Institute's Franklin Project hosted a summit, "Our Unfinished Work," in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on the subject of national service in the United States. The event coincided with the launch of the Summer Issue of Democracy, which featured a symposium on national service.

By Jack Meserve

Brookings Institution Hosts Discussion on "Reformicons"

On June 26, Brookings will host a panel discussion on E.J. Dionne's "The Reformicons," featuring Dionne, Henry Olsen of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review, and Michael Strain of the American Enterprise Institute.

By Jack Meserve