We Need To Rethink Democracy In Smartphones – Fairphone Case Study

16 min read Smartphones are ubiquitous. In 2020, nearly half (3.8 billion) of the world’s population (7.8 billion) were smartphone users. The share of the global population using smartphones will continue to grow across the world. Mordorintelligence, a market research company, projects that the global smartphone market will grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.2% … Read more

Compare and Contrast Autocratic and Democratic Leadership Styles

12 min read There is a growing trend to incorporate democratic principles in our workplaces. Rather than comparing and contrasting autocratic and democratic leadership styles in politics, we will do so in our workplaces, where we spend most of our waking hours. When we think of democracy, we should think of democratic principles in the areas of life … Read more

Do We Live In A Plutocratic Oligarchy? Why It Matters For Democracy

10 min read The United States is currently facing a significant threat to its democratic system. Although it may enjoy many of the freedoms of a democracy, such as freedom of speech, freedom of press, and fair and regular elections, the US has lost the ability to represent the will of the people in its public policy. Economic … Read more

3 Easy Tips – How Can We Practice Democracy In Our Relationships?

12 min read Can we have democracy in our relationships? Yes! Is it easy to practice democracy in our relationships on a daily basis? No, it is not. The good news is that there are actionable steps that can help you implement today or this week to start the journey. In this article we will share easy tips … Read more