For the first time ever, Lebanese civil society organizations submitted a joint report to the United Nations that considered violations of sexual and reproductive rights.
Within the evolving public health crisis and the economic uncertainty that it has wrought, we will witness several consequential elections around the globe in the months ahead.
Education – in particular, civic education – is a linchpin in building an engaged citizenry and inclusive, resilient and sustainable democracies.
To help raise awareness on how to build an inclusive community and democracy during the pandemic, IFES organized a webinar on the inclusion of persons with disabilities in electoral and political...
Bangladesh’s Students Against Violence Everywhere hosted an online forum to promote inclusivity and religious, ethnic and cultural tolerance.
IFES condemns with the strongest voice the mob violence yesterday at our nation’s Capitol.
On December 9, Indonesia held its fourth concurrent regional head elections for 270 positions.
17 Dec 2020 | Press Release
IFES experts tackle the unique challenges to investigating election disputes in the U.S. and around the world.
In response to COVID-19, IFES’ Regional Europe Office quickly adapted in-person events to online webinars and meetings to continue programming and continued engaging key electoral stakeholders.
16 Dec 2020 | Announcement
The Board of Directors elected Biggs, former President of the Canadian International Development Agency, for a three-year term at its December 8 meeting.
15 Dec 2020 | Announcement
Stephen Boyce is a cybersecurity expert with experience working in law enforcement, the private sector, public service, and higher education.
The Committee for the Families of the Kidnapped and IFES’ partner the Lebanese Union for People with Physical Disabilities co-organized a march to unite people from different backgrounds to demand...