CDACS Projects

Democracy & Governance Student Research Symposium

This symposium is an opportunity for graduate students from DC universities who are focused on democracy and governance to present their independent research/projects, gain practical experience, connect with other young people in the field, and make career connections with established professionals looking for exciting new ideas and innovation. 

In Your Shoes: Dialogue, Difference, and Performance

A Cross-Campus Project in Theatrical Performance and Dialogue between Georgetown University and Patrick Henry College.

The U.S. “Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy” (CIDS) Survey

A major study of American civic engagement from a comparative perspective, this project was the first major project undertaken by the Center for Democracy and Civil Society.

At the Precipice: Accelerating the Political and Socio-Economic Reintegration of Colombia’s F.A.R.C.

A student-led study detailing how the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia insurgent group can best be re-integrated into Colombia’s society and politics.

Democracy, Development, and Conflict Resolution Studies in the New Tunisia

The Democracy and Governance program is assisting a new generation of Tunisian scholars, writers, analysts, and political leaders to establish a self-sustaining national Center on Democracy, Development, and Conflict Resolution.

The Popular Consultation of East Timor

Preserving the lessons learned from the referendum process in East Timor.