Election disputes are a natural outgrowth of the electoral process, and having mechanisms to properly and fairly consider those disputes is vital to electoral integrity. The International Foundation...
IFES developed the New Tech Inclusive Democracy Exhibit to teach visitors about democracy and elections in an accessible manner.
13 Apr 2021 | Announcement
Together the Global Cyber Alliance and IFES will scale and amplify projects to advance secure elections and democracy and make participation safer for everyone.
On March 25, IFES’ Regional Europe Office organized a webinar to reflect on the greatest challenges and lessons learned from the pandemic’s impact on democratic resilience in Europe.
On Sunday, April 11, Peruvians will elect the next president, two vice presidents, 130 parliamentarians and their five representatives to the Andean Parliament for 2021-26.
Racial discrimination is a plague to societies worldwide. It continues to hinder democratic progress and cause suffering that affects individuals, communities and institutions. The intentional and...
19 Mar 2021 | Press Release
The Board elected Thomas "Tad" Devine as Chair of the Board of Directors of IFES. Ambassador J. Kenneth Blackwell, the previous Chair, was elected as Co-Chair. Fred Humphries and Charles "Chuck"...
IFES has identified challenges common across election management bodies and considers how these have been compounded by COVID-19.
IFES organized a webinar on disinformation and how it impacts women and other marginalized genders.
On International Women’s Day and every day, IFES celebrates and supports gender equality for a more democratic, peaceful and prosperous world.
IFES and its local partners are training 500 Pakistani women to actively promote women’s National Identity Card registration.
IFES and Pak Women are implementing a “She Leads Pakistan” leadership program that engages men to partner with women community leaders to advance a more inclusive democratic process.