Against a backdrop of troubled Presidential elections in February and March of this year, and the more recent National Assembly elections on May 25, 2003, a small Armenian NGO shined its light on the electoral process, acting as a reminder that democracy’s work is not complete until all citizens can exercise their universal right to vote.
Salvadorans with Disabilities to Document Accessibility to Electoral Process
Washington, DC – March 14, 2003 – Will citizens with disabilities be able to participate on full and equal terms in the Legislative and Municipal elections being held on March 16 in El Salvador?
European Parliament Recognizes IFES Leadership on Electoral Access for Disabled
Stockholm, September 17th 2002 -- Disability rights experts and activists, senior election administration officials and international parliamentarians from more than 24 countries met in Sigtuna, Sweden on 14-17th September to draft a global 'Bill of Electoral Rights for People with Disabilities' - the outcome of a first ever effort to bring together concerned parties as e
Ballot Guide Developed for Blind Voters in Ghana
Adults with intellectual disabilities served as election observers in Nicaragua's recent national elections, possibly for the first time globally.
Individuals with visual, hearing and mobility impairments visit more than 300 voting stations in 4 regions
Election Observers Head to the Dominican Republic
International Team will Examine the New Voter Identification System And Emphasize Access for People with Disabilities