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About Indra Adnan

Indra Adnan is Director of the Soft Power Network and author of The Soft Power Agenda, consulting to governments, organisations and individuals globally. She is a practising psychotherapist, Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors at Capital City Academy in Brent and has been writing in The Guardian and Huffington Post since 1996. From 1990-2000 she ran Conflict and Peace Forums, offering training in conflict transformation and peace journalism. Indrahas been a member of the management committee of Compass since 2013.

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

21st century politics: Is the party over? Or is it just kicking off?

What does a modern political party look like?

The cyber-age demands a politics of the spirit

As people explore new forms of agency online, where is the politics that can serve their growing sense of possibility?

Why we need the internet more today than ever before

Being able to transmit and receive on so many different levels to such a variety of audiences may be rewiring us for better emotional health.

A new world from the bricks of old walls

As we pass the 25th anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall, new walls between people are being torn down. More than ever, governments must build platforms to empower citizens.

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