Welcome to Bridge a course in electoral processes

BRIDGE stands for Building Resources in Democracy, Governance and Elections. It is a modular professional development
program with a particular focus on electoral processes. BRIDGE represents a unique initiative where five leading
organisations in the democracy and governance field have jointly committed to developing, implementing and
maintaining the most comprehensive curriculum and workshop package available, designed to be used as a tool
within a broader capacity development framework.


BRIDGE Workshop on Gender and Inclusion in Elections (version 3) in Nepal

BRIDGE Workshop on Gender and Inclusion in Elections (version 3) in Nepal

With support from UNDP Electoral Support Project (ESP) and the International Foundation for... read more

BRIDGE Workshop on Introduction to Electoral Administration in Nepal

BRIDGE Workshop on Introduction to Electoral Administration in Nepal

The Election Commission of Nepal (ECN) successfully completed a three-day (8-10 December 2018)... read more

Report on BRIDGE Strategic Planning Workshop, Sept. 9- 11 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal

Report on BRIDGE Strategic Planning Workshop, Sept. 9- 11 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal

The Election Commission of Nepal (ECN) with support of its BRIDGE implementing partners (UNDP ESP,... read more

Election Commission of Nepal successfully completes BRIDGE TtF Program in November 2018

Election Commission of Nepal successfully completes BRIDGE TtF Program in November 2018

    Election Commission of Nepal (ECN) organised a 10-day BRIDGE Train the Facilitator... read more

NSIEC Members undergo BRIDGE Professional Development Training with support of IFES

NSIEC Members undergo BRIDGE Professional Development Training with support of IFES

A three (3) day BRIDGE Professional Development Training was organised for the twenty-eight (28)... read more

UNDP Electoral Support Program Showcases BRIDGE in Nepal

UNDP Electoral Support Program Showcases BRIDGE in Nepal

Nepal has been a consistent user of BRIDGE and over this past ten years, the Election Commission... read more

Media and Elections modular workshop in Ukraine

Media and Elections modular workshop in Ukraine

IFES Ukraine in cooperation with the joint IFES-Central Election Commission (CEC) Administrative... read more

AEC hosts BRIDGE workshop at Essendon Fields for ECANZ

AEC hosts BRIDGE workshop at Essendon Fields for ECANZ

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) on behalf of the Electoral Council of Australia and New... read more

Gender and Elections Workshop, SNEC-UNDP and NEC Sierra Leone, 30 July - 3 Aug

Gender and Elections Workshop, SNEC-UNDP and NEC Sierra Leone, 30 July - 3 Aug

The SNEC-UNDP and NEC Sierra Leone Launched a BRIDGE workshop- Gender and Elections Workshop,... read more

IFES provides support to the electoral stakeholders in Kyrgyzstan

IFES provides support to the electoral stakeholders in Kyrgyzstan

On September 25-27 IFES Kyrgyzstan with financial support of USAID conducted in Bishkek a BRIDGE... read more

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  • BRIDGE Workshop on Introduction to Electoral Administration in Nepal

    BRIDGE Workshop on Introduction to Electoral...

    Tuesday, 11 December 2018 23:51
  • Report on BRIDGE Strategic Planning Workshop, Sept. 9- 11 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal

    Report on BRIDGE Strategic Planning Workshop, Sept. 9- 11...

    Thursday, 06 December 2018 23:10
  • Election Commission of Nepal successfully completes BRIDGE TtF Program in November 2018

    Election Commission of Nepal successfully completes...

    Tuesday, 04 December 2018 21:58
  • NSIEC Members undergo BRIDGE Professional Development Training with support of IFES

    NSIEC Members undergo BRIDGE Professional Development...

    Wednesday, 21 November 2018 22:17
  • UNDP Electoral Support Program Showcases BRIDGE in Nepal

    UNDP Electoral Support Program Showcases BRIDGE in Nepal

    Wednesday, 21 November 2018 22:02
  • Media and Elections modular workshop in Ukraine

    Media and Elections modular workshop in Ukraine

    Wednesday, 14 November 2018 22:18
  • AEC hosts BRIDGE workshop at Essendon Fields for ECANZ

    AEC hosts BRIDGE workshop at Essendon Fields for ECANZ

    Sunday, 04 November 2018 22:13
  • Gender and Elections Workshop, SNEC-UNDP and NEC Sierra Leone, 30 July - 3 Aug

    Gender and Elections Workshop, SNEC-UNDP and NEC Sierra...

    Tuesday, 23 October 2018 01:15
  • IFES provides support to the electoral stakeholders in Kyrgyzstan

    IFES provides support to the electoral stakeholders in...

    Tuesday, 23 October 2018 00:41
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LERIBE, Africa, 19-23 February 18, Strategic Planning V3, funded by INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL COMMISSION OF LESOTHO

LERIBE, Africa, 19-23 February 18, Strategic Planning V3, funded by INDEPENDENT ELECTORAL COMMISSION OF LESOTHO

From February 19, 2018 05:29 until February 23, 2018 07:29 Save to calendar

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The Independent Electoral Commission is mandated by the constitution of Lesotho to conduct elections. It is also obliged to make its own plans and identify key stakeholders in the electoral process as well as recruit its own staff. In the realisation of its mandate and obligations, the Commission realised a need to develop its own strategic plan. This emerged from the evaluation report by the African Union (2017) and UNDP(2015,2017). For the Commission to do that effectively, its staff has to be well equipped in terms of knowledge and skills on strategic planning to enable effective and active participation that will yield fruitful results. The Commission participated in the pilot of strategic planning module that was held in Lesotho in 2016. Since it is currently planning to embark on development of Strategic Plan for 2019/2023, there seemed a need to refresh its staff on the final strategic planning module for staff to acquire knowledge and thorough understanding on the process so that at the IEC staff will participate fully and effectively in the development of the strategic plan. The workshop is aimed at enabling the participants to critique the current strategic plan which has never been used and contribute to development of the new one.

Facilitators

  1. LIQABANG LYDIA MACHELI-Workshop Facilitator
  2. MS. THATO MOETI - Workshop Facilitator
  3. MRS. MAPHEELLO NKOPANE -semi-accredited
  4. MR. MATHEANTOA SELEBALO -Semi-accredited
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