WASHINGTON — (October 29, 2010) — The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) is hosting a two-day visitor’s program focusing on the U.S. elections. The program will bring together over 100 diplomats, parliamentarians and election officials from all over the world to observe the voting process in the United States and exchange ideas and experiences on voting.
IFES presents Baxter Award to Dr. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan from Ghana
IFES poll finds concerns on rights situation as well as economic conditions in Ukraine
KYIV — Public opinion regarding Ukraine’s political situation is tepid at best, finds a survey by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES).
Points to Polarization and Concerns about Abuse of Authority
The IFES manual examines the pros and cons of technology in polls through international case studies
IFES survey offers insights into public attitudes toward political institutions and electoral process
WASHINGTON, DC—Representative David Obey (D-WI), former United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator M. Peter McPherson, and Lebanese Minister of Interior and Municipalities Ziad Baroud are the winners of the 2010 annual IFES Charles T. Manatt Democracy Awards.
The International Foundation for Electoral Systems and the Institute for Women’s Policy Research present data as part of SWMENA project
New look and structure will facilitate access to data and information
Bujumbura, Burundi—Amatora Mu Mahoro (Elections in Peace), Burundi’s first‐ever nationwide election violence prevention system, launches today in the capital, Bujumbura. The system identifies areas susceptible to electoral violence as well as successful peace initiatives around the country.