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Date and Location

February 12, 2020
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM
124 Mt Auburn Street, South Lobby, Suite 160s, Room 105


30 years after: What is at stake for Mongolia’s democracy? Photo

You're invited to a student-organized event about the future of democracy in Mongolia. 

Thirty years after the fall of communism and the transition to democracy, Mongolia is at a crossroads of continuing on a democratic path or backsliding in a region where authoritarian influence looms large. Domestically, the Mongolian government is faced with many challenges such as increasing socioeconomic inequality and corruption and an inability to engage with youth, low-income communities, and other disadvantaged groups through the political processes. During this discussion, guest speaker Dolgion Aldar, a Mongolian sociologist, will expand on this nexus of democracy and socioeconomic inequality in Mongolia. 

About Dolgion AldarReagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy

Ms. Dolgion Aldar is a research professional focused on promoting evidence-based policy-making and social cohesion in Mongolia. She is a former CEO and current board member of the Independent Research Institute of Mongolia, one of Mongolia’s preeminent think tanks that promotes independent research and analysis of governance and social issues in the country. For her dedication to promoting democratic governance in Mongolia, Dolgion received the Asia Foundation’s Development Fellowship in 2018. Dolgion holds master’s degrees in Political Science from the University of Manchester and in Sociology from the National University of Mongolia.

Speakers and Presenters

​Dolgion Aldar