On Sunday, July 28, over 9,675,000 registered voters (53% of whom are women) in Cambodia will elect 123 members of the National Assembly.
Albania’s upcoming election will see over 3,270,000 registered voters cast their ballots for members of Parliament. In a few regions, citizens will also participate in local government by-elections.
Iran is holding its presidential election on June 14, 2013. Citizens will cast their ballots for one of eight approved presidential candidates, as well as local council leaders.
The May 13 national and local elections in the Philippines will see more than 70,000 precincts open nationwide for voters to cast their ballots.
The May 11 general elections in Pakistan will mark the first time in the nation's history that a civilian government has carried out the full length of its term and handed power to another civilian government.
IFES’ Applied Research Center (ARC) conducted a global survey of practitioners in gender equality and women’s empowerment in 40 countries where IFES is active. The survey identifies key issues and challenges affecting women and girls and examines priorities for advocacy on gender issues.
On April 14, with the legacy of the late President Hugo Chávez on many minds, Venezuelans will cast their vote in a snap election for a new President. The choice facing each voter is between Acting President Nicolás Maduro, former Vice President and Chávez’s handpicked heir, and Henrique Capriles, Governor of the State of Miranda and the opposition candidate.
From August 17-29, 2012, IFES partner Index Kosova conducted fieldwork and data processing to determine public opinion in Kosovo.
On July 7, 2012, Libyans went to the polls and elected the General National Congress (GNC) in a major step that helped put their country on the path toward democracy.