The United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) in June 2021 is a milestone event that will reflect on progress made under the UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) since its inception.
Civil society actors have an important role to play in ensuring that democratic principles are upheld around the world to protect and preserve fundamental rights. The coronavirus pandemic has inevitably impacted all aspects of social, economic and political life.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reinvigorated debate around alternative voting methods. A growing number of democracies successfully operate distance voting, in which ballots are delivered to voters’ home and voters then return ballots by mail or in person.
At its core, the Virtual U.S. Election Program (USEP) is a platform and gathering space for supporters of elections and democracy worldwide.
How can independent institutions overcome COVID-19 threats to protect democracy during the crisis?
How does COVID-19 entrench state capture and threaten democracies?
Governments should consider innovative measures to safeguard democratic elections from the risks associated with COVID-19, says a new briefing published by the British Academy and co-authored by International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) experts.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) 2018-19 elections were followed by the country’s first peaceful and democratic transfer of executive power. However, the elections – particularly their results management – were widely criticized.
How can all people participate in elections and democracy during COVID-19 and other crises?
How can information and elections be protected during COVID-19 and other crises?