Multimedia

The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) has a unique offering of multimedia products – such as Election Day photo galleries, podcasts featuring IFES experts and videos of IFES events – highlighting our work around the world to support citizens’ right to have a say in how they are governed.

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4 May 2009 | Multimedia
Ched Flego, IFES chief of party in Armenia and acting chief of party in Georgia, visits the site of the protests against Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili. The protesters, who are demanding...
4 May 2009 | Multimedia
The video conveys a picture of the existing void between governance and citizen participation. It illustrates the socio-political issues facing the Philippine government and society.
20 Apr 2009 | Multimedia
The 2009 IFES photo competition winners and runners-up.
11 Feb 2009 | Multimedia
IFES and the Carter Center hosted a groundbreaking two-day conference on international campaign finance observation.
24 Jan 2009 | Multimedia
The Women's Department within Yemen's Supreme Commission for Elections and Referendum (SCER) was established in 2005 to encourage access for women to all stages of the electoral process. IFES-Yemen...
21 Jan 2009 | Multimedia
IFES presents the report Implementation of the Electoral Reform 2007/2008 from an International Comparative Perspective to the IFE, Mexico's electoral institute, and national and international media.
21 Jan 2009 | Multimedia
Carlos Hinojosa, IFES-Americas Country Manager, participates in the OAS mission while in Ecuador to promote IFES' project for equitable participation of Afro-Ecuadorians in the political process.
18 Dec 2008 | Multimedia
Experts discuss effects of authoritarian regimes in democracy promotion
25 Nov 2008 | Multimedia
Representing more than 40 countries top election officials explore key election issues and democracy-development challenges.
20 Oct 2008 | Multimedia
Beginning with anger and an unsettled crowd, Angola's electoral process and elections were proved to be conducted with integrity and peace. (Pictures are around the city of Luanda)