democratize


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become (more) democratic

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introduce democratic reforms

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Launched on February 11 2013, Eliademy democratizes education with technology by offering a free e-learning platform where anyone can create courses, share knowledge and learn easily.
Taraf's Erdal GE-ven argued that the Justice and Development Party (AK Party), although not being the sole culprit of Turkey's haphazard democracy, has failed to fully democratize the country.
Community Internet has the potential to revolutionize and democratize communications in this country.
We can further democratize our park by designing a grand entrance at Atlantic Avenue and developing a Region 8 middle school in the park, which would broaden the year-round constituency for the park and make it an even better public benefit," added council member Bill de Blasio.
To successfully democratize science demands that universities broaden their criteria for tenure so that scientists get credit from their colleagues for working with citizens.
Ironically, Teheran which may be the next target in the Bush administration's crusade to democratize the "greater Middle East"--has benefited tremendously from the invasion and occupation of Iraq.
Indeed, any attempt to attribute the failure to democratize during the "Third Wave" solely to external factors would not hold water.
Oswaldo Paya, founder of a movement to democratize Cuba, said, however, that "the government's authorization for the sisters cannot be regarded as an openness to the Church.
The length of primary schooling was reduced, the four-year intermediate school (college) was created to help democratize public education, many new secondary schools were opened, and soaring university enrollments, plus student riots in 1968, prompted the first major reorganization of universities since 1896.
Bositis likes the plan, saying it will democratize the election process.
We have a chance to democratize municipal government.
seeks to make its peace with the planet': public spaces were to be generated by transportation interchanges rather than draughted, Beaux-Arts fashion, by the set-square; and the reallocation of private space was, following Ebenezer Howard, to democratize city society.
The power equation has been altered and will continue so as communication and the world further democratize.
If there is one lesson we can draw from the ruinous foreclosure crisis, it is that we must democratize access to independent financial guidance, something most people do not have access to today," said Mayor Newsom.
An introduction offers an account of the development of the idea of democracy and the current impetus to democratize human institutions, highlighting the tension between liberal-leaning and socialist-leaning streams of democratic culture.