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Please join IFES on August 10 for an online event highlighting ways to include young Indigenous persons in political life as leaders, advocates, voters and candidates.
August 10, 2021
9:00 AM EDT
Designing and implementing inclusive monitoring, evaluation, and learning (IMEL) processes is critical to ensuring that all individuals, regardless of identity, are meaningfully represented in democracy and governance programming and able to fully exercise their rights as citizens. Join IFES on November 20 to learn more about this integrated approach and promising practices in conducting IMEL.
November 20, 2019
9:30 AM EST
Promoting American Interests Through International Disability Rights: Recommendations for the New Congress
Join IFES and the United States (U.S.) International Council on Disabilities on January 9 for an event on “Promoting American Interests Through International Disability Rights: Recommendations for the New Congress.” We will hear from practitioners and advocates on how to promote international disability rights, ensure democracies are inclusive, and why these issues should be considered by U.S. policymakers.
January 9, 2019
1:30 PM EST
Join Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Tex.) and IFES for the sixth event of a briefing series exploring each element of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #5, “Achieve Gender Equality and Empower All Women and Girls.” Join us as we hear from practitioners, organizers and researchers on how technology can engage and connect women; can help us gather data and act on violence against women; and should be considered by U.S. policymakers.
September 19, 2018
2:00 PM EDT
RSVP for "Tackling Emerging Global Challenges in Mexico’s 2018 Elections: Cybersecurity, Disillusionment and Disinformation"
Join IFES on December 12 for a briefing about Mexico’s July 2018 general elections. The briefing will cover emerging global challenges facing elections and democratic institutions, through the lens of Mexico’s 2018 elections, including cybersecurity, disillusionment with democracy, and disinformation.
December 12, 2017
10:30 AM EST