Can Democracy Survive Without Religion?

This is a recording of the first event in our monthly conversation series that took place on September 16th at 12 p.m. EST. The conversation featured columnist David French, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, and Moral Courage College founder Irshad Manji on the provocative question, “Can Democracy Survive Without Religion?” Traditional religion is on a steep […]

It Could Happen Here: Masih Alinejad, Iran

Masih Alinejad is a prominent Iranian journalist author, political activist, and women’s rights activist. In this interview, Masih talks about life in Iran and the importance of safeguarding democracy everywhere.

Faces of Democracy: Ryan Pyle

Born in Toronto, Canada, Ryan Pyle spent his early years close to home. After obtaining a degree in International Politics from the University of Toronto in 2001, Ryan realized a lifelong dream and traveled to China on an exploratory mission. In 2002, Ryan moved to China permanently, and in 2004 Ryan became a regular contributor […]