Is electoral justice possible, especially when our elections are threatened by disinformation and foreign influence, as well as the pandemic?
On May 27, CEPPS hosted an event that explored how democracy, human rights and governance practitioners can use data to support the design and implementation of effective assistance programs.
On June 20, the International Foundation for Electoral Systems marks World Refugee Day in solidarity with persons who are forced to flee their homes due to conflict, climate disasters or other crises.
14 Jun 2021 | Press Release
Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) and IFES met and discussed the important role of the NACP and other independent oversight institutions in protecting and strengthening...
Ahead of the 2020 local elections, IFES and Chiricli implemented an awareness-raising and informational campaign for Roma people in Ukraine.
More than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic began, countries in Europe have returned to holding elections in line with original schedules, including Albania, Bulgaria and Cyprus.
IFES and the CEELI Institute convened experts who identified innovative approaches, good practices and transparency tools to open up data on money in politics.
IFES works closely with disabled persons organizations in Sri Lanka to build a country where all persons with disabilities can exercise their rights to participate in public life.
IFES has endorsed the Statement of the Inclusive Generation Equality Collective, a group of feminists with disabilities and advocates for gender and disability rights and justice around the world.
IFES and Mexico's National Electoral Institute announced a renewed collaboration to strengthen the capacity of electoral institutions across Latin America.
Through collaboration, partnerships, information sharing, peace messaging and citizen engagement, the Kimpact Development Initiative contributed to the conduct of peaceful elections in Edo and Ondo...
In the summer of 2020, IFES offered in-depth online trainings on the Democratic Republic of the Congo's electoral systems and gender inclusion in the legal framework and reform processes.