Yemen

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IFES to Release Paper on Poltical Finance and Gender Equality

March 20, 2014

IFES’ upcoming white paper takes a look at the connection between gender equality and political finance.

Political Finance, All Electoral Integrity and Transparency, All Inclusion and Empowerment

Transition at a Crossroads: Moving Beyond the GCC Agreement in Yemen

December 09, 2013

In late 2011, Yemeni political leaders and stakeholders endorsed the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Agreement, which laid out a two-year roadmap for resolving Yemen's political paralysis. The agreement scripted a process with an inclusive National Dialogue, a new constitution, a constitutional referendum and national elections to move the country forward. Two years later, it is likely the initial timeframe will expire without a referendum and without elections. Please view a panel discussion on these timely issues, the overall political environment in Yemen, the potential impact on the electoral process and the ongoing role of the international community.

Financing Politics: The Middle East and North Africa

September 30, 2013

Financing Politics: The Middle East and North Africa is a collaborative effort between the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) and the Arab Region Parliamentarians against Corruption (ARPAC). It represents a concerted attempt to better understand and document existing political finance regulations and experiences in five countries – Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia and Yemen. The availability of information on the funding of parties and campaigns is a first and significant step in enhancing transparency.

Yemen's Transition: Electoral Challenges and Opportunities for Reform

July 17, 2013

In a combined effort with Stanford University’s Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law, IFES' latest briefing paper Yemen's Transition: Electoral Challenges and Opportunities for Reform, examines the country’s post-Arab Spring path and offers key policy recommendations for the future.

Using Research on the Status of Women to Improve Public Policies in the Middle East and North Africa

October 23, 2012

A new toolkit by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES).

Women's Empowerment, All Inclusion and Empowerment, Advocacy, All Citizen Participation

Voter Education for Marginalized Communities in Yemen

October 18, 2012

IFES believes that strong democratic institutions empower all citizens to have a voice in the way they are governed. To promote this belief, IFES works to ensure its programming is inclusive of all populations. In Yemen, IFES implemented a project that targeted the traditionally marginalized—women, youth, and persons with disabilities.

Civic Education, All Citizen Participation

Elections for All: Empowering the Underrepresented

October 17, 2012

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights guarantees all individuals the freedom to partake in their nation’s government and political processes, including elections. Yet, many individuals around the world face barriers to full participation due to social, ethnic and economic inequalities. IFES’ programs empower these underrepresented populations to participate in political life in a variety of ways. This photo gallery provides some examples of our work in this area.

Women's Empowerment, All Inclusion and Empowerment

IFES Yemen Survey: Briefing Report 2012

October 12, 2012

Following Yemen's early presidential election in February 2012, IFES conducted a nationwide survey of voting-age adults in Yemen. Survey questions were designed to assess attitudes toward the 2012 presidential election and satisfaction with the current situation in Yemen by measuring availability of information leading up to the election and public perceptions of the electoral process.

All Citizen Participation

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