Democracy and Development in the Global South
Princeton Club of New York | April 26: Justice Willy Mutunga in conversation with Professor Jennifer Widner

Democracies are fragile. What does it take to create, sustain and safeguard a modern democracy? From those examining emerging foreign threats to Western democracies to those pushing efforts in developing countries – all agree that the rule of law, stewarded by a well-grounded judicial system, is a vital component of a functioning democracy. Mutunga, a pioneer in the development of law and human rights in Kenya, will talk with Widner about steps the Global South can implement on a journey toward democracy.

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