Beginning on April 1, Larry Diamond will be teaching one of Stanford's first free and open online courses on comparative democratic development. The ten-week course will provide a broad, introductory survey of the political, social, cultural, economic, institutional, and international factors that foster or obstruct the development - and consolidation- of democracy. Designed for a diverse international audience, the class will cover theories, ideas, and lessons to help build and improve democracy around the world. The course is free and open to everyone. It would be a great way to refresh your training during the Draper Hills Fellows Program as well as cover other additional topics that relate to your work and interest.
For more information about the class and to register please click here.