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.
To "democratize access to quality education" in the country, the Department of Education has increased the number of slots and the subsidies in a program intended for students who want to pursue secondary schooling in private schools.
Will China democratize? Few questions are more important as it maintains the largest population in the world and has the second highest gross national product.
Even its supporters believe more effort is needed to truly democratize Turkey and put an end to Turkey's decades-old problem with ethnic separatism.
With Buddhists comprising about 90 percent of the population, tension between the two challenges the Thein Sein government's efforts to democratize the country.
Abdelati said Bashir had also offered to step down as head of the NCP, a move he said was part of a wider strategy to democratize the country.
"Our shoppers have responded very positively to our initiatives to go beyond footwear and democratize fashion and design in accessories as well, and this is one step further to bring consumers beauty products," LuAnn Via, chief executive officer of Payless, said in a statement.
Reformer: the way to democratize Muslim society is to empower Saudi women.]]>
Its purpose would be to alter church structure in order to democratize it.
Summary: Iranian Nobel peace prize winner Shirin Ebadi called Monday for intensified international pressure to help her country democratize and denounced the crackdown on opposition protesters.
When we got the advertising business with Southwest, Herb said, "I've got a big heart, but I'm in the money-making business, the building-a-company business, the airline business." We said, "Herb, you are not in the airline business -- you're in business to democratize the skies.
''Our nations must be united in the struggle to democratize the United Nations, united in their determination to preserve the world and all expressions of life within it, for the sake of the present and future generations, from the scourge of war among member states and acts of aggression such as those occurring in Iraq and Afghanistan,'' d'Escoto said in his acceptance speech delivered to member states at the General Assembly hall.
The Americans are always in a hurry, but it would be closer to the mark to think in terms of a hundred years to democratize China.
Indeed, he aims to democratize atheism, to stress that it's a mass (underground) movement, not just a collection of eccentric intellectuals.
Community Internet could revolutionize and democratize communications in this country.