Democracy: Eleven writers and leaders on what it is – and why it matters

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This is an exceptional moment for democracy.

In the year of elections, read Margaret Atwood, Mary Beard, Lea Ypi, Elif Shafak and more on what democracy means - and why it matters.

In 2024, nearly half the world will take part in a national election, with billions heading to the polls. It's a thrilling, unprecedented opportunity for change - yet democracy is also under threat.

Women are at the forefront of the fight for democratic rights, as well as being the most vulnerable when those rights disappear. Here, eleven extraordinary women - leaders, philosophers, historians, writers and activists - explore democracy's power to uplift our societies. Between its ancient origins and its modern challenges, they share a vision for a better future - one we can build together.

Product Details

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£7.99  £7.59
Publisher
Profile Books Ltd
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781805223719

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