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October 3, 2012

Bangladesh: Legal Framework

Legal Framework Module Bangladesh Election Commission 3 – 5 September 2012.

November 30, 2008
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Building Mountains – BRIDGE at the top of the World

After a successful scoping mission conducted in August 2007 jointly by UNDP, IDEA and IFES, BRIDGE was recommended to the Electoral Commission of Nepal as a possible capacity development tool.

July 13, 2008
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HYBRIDGE – Good Soil Much Fruit

There is a parable about a farmer who sows seeds.

May 16, 2008
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The Universal Language of Football

The new Foundation Module, Strategic and Financial Planning was conducted for the first time in Dili East Timor for 27 staff of the Secretariado Técnico De Administração Eleitoral (STAE) and funded through AusAID's East Timor Electoral Capacity Development Project.

December 23, 2007

BRIDGE Returns to its Roots in East Timor

BRIDGE was first delivered in East Timor back in 2001, with Paul Guerin and Ross Attrill developing and delivering the very first modules. After a six-year break BRIDGE returned to the place it first started, with the delivery of two Introduction to Electoral Administration Modules conducted in Dili 6 December and 11 - 14 December).

May 13, 2007
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The PIANZEA Network Fifth Bienniel Workshop

The PIANZEA Network conducted their fifth Workshop in the very beautiful Iririki Island Resort in Port Vila Vanuatu. The PIANZEA Workshop is conducted biennially and is a meeting of electoral commissioners (or their representatives) from each of the 20 member electoral management bodies (EMBs) of the Pacific region plus associate members the University of the South. The focus of the Workshop was on boundary delimitation. The Workshop was facilitated by the AEC's Ross Attrill and Alistair Legge and administrative support was provided by Erik Scholte.

March 27, 2007
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Looking for Melanesian Solutions to Melanesian Problems

Voter registration poses some very significant challenges for the Melanesian electoral management bodies (EMBs) of Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. These Melanesian EMBs are challenged by a widely dispersed population spread across some of the worlds most remote and rugged terrain.

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