En prélude à la bonne conduite des prochaines échéances électorales en République de Guinée, le PNUD, a entrepris l’organisation d’une série de formations modulaires BRIDGE destinées aux acteurs de la société civile de la République de Guinée. Les premiers ateliers de formation modulaire BRIDGE des acteurs de la société civile de la Guinée sur le processus électoral se sont tenus, de façon concomitante, du 17 au 21 juin 2019 dans les régions administratives de Mamou et N’Zérékoré. Ces formations, qui s’inscrivent dans la phase préélectorale, ont pour objet de renforcer les capacités des acteurs de la société civile sur le processus électoral. Les deux sessions de Mamou et Nzérékoré ont permis de former 60 participants dont 30 femmes. Les thèmes ont porté sur : L’administration électorale ; Genre et élection ; Education civique et électorale ; Les systèmes électoraux ; et L’observation électorale Les formations ont duré cinq jours et ont été assurées par six facilitateurs à raison de trois facilitateurs par site. Ce sont : M. Pathé DIENG, Facilitateur Accréditeur ; M. Abdoul Latif HAIDARA, Facilitateur d’atelier ; Amadou Macka DIALLO, Facilitateur d’atelier; Richard KOUROUMA : Facilitateur d’atelier Mme Odile CONDE, Facilitatrice d’atelier ; Mlle Fatoumata Yarie SYMBALY, Facilitatrice semi accréditée. L’ensemble des participants de la société civile des régions administratives de Mamou et N’Zérékoré a apprécié la qualité des formations, la spécificité et l’originalité de la méthodologie utilisée par le curriculum BRIDGE. Les échanges ont permis aux acteurs de la société civile de prendre conscience de leurs rôles et responsabilités dans les différentes étapes du processus électoral. […]
The League of Arab States and the UNDP held a 5-day BRIDGE workshop on Electoral Administration and Observation. The workshop was funded by the UNDP and it took place from 16 – 20 December 2018 in Cairo, Egypt. Nineteen LAS participants participated in the workshop. Eight of them were women. The facilitation team included five BRIDGE facilitators who participated in the preparation and delivery of this course: Ossama Kamel (BRIDGE accrediting facilitator) Ahmed Amin (LAS BRIDGE workshop facilitator) Mahmoud Elshahat (LAS BRIDGE workshop facilitator) Adel Ben Abdallah (LAS BRIDGE workshop facilitator) Samiha Moubarak (LAS BRIDGE TtF complete facilitator) By the end of the workshop, the TtF complete facilitator (Samiha Moubarak) was accredited as BRIDGE workshop […]
The main objective of the workshop is to provide introductory electoral knowledge to staff of Election Commission of Nepal who recently joined the position of District Election Officer at field level and staff who recently joined the Commission at HQ. Facilitators Accrediting – 3098 – Nikila Shrestha 1418 – Surya Prasad Aryal Workshop – 7613 – Chandra Bahadur Shiwakoti 6307 – Kundan Das Shrestha TTF Complete – Shree Kumar Rai, Ram Krishna […]
In the framework of the Support to the Bangladesh Parliamentary Elections 2018/2019 (SBPE) Project, jointly implemented by UN Women and UNDP and in partnership with the Bangladesh Election Commission, the Project is mandated to support the Election Commission Secretariat in strengthening internal capacities to promote inclusive participation, focusing on strengthening women’s effective participation in the National Election […]
This workshop takes place in the post-electoral period in Mexico. Participants will discuss how citizen organizations responsible for non-partisan election observation can follow-up on electoral recommendations and how to advocate for electoral […]
The workshop is for UN and UNDP staff based in HQs. It aims at sharing more information about BRIDGE and electoral issues within the two organizations. The objective of the course is to contribute to showcase BRIDGE curricula and methodology as a key tool for UN electoral assistance; allow for further development of UN staff who are currently TTF-complete; and promote partnership among UN and UNDP […]
The 3-day workshop will be for ECOWAS EMBs and civil society organizations. The purpose is for UN and ECOWAS to build shared understanding about Gender and Elections. The workshop will also strengthen the relationship between the UN and ECOWAS’ electoral […]
The workshop’s aim is to provide an understanding for the elections managers on the role of the media across the electoral cycle. Throughout the workshop the participants will be equipped with knowledge and skills on principles and role of the media, media mapping, cultivating media relations, the watchdog role of the media, risks and challenges of media coverage and working on constructive and sustainable media […]
The Zimbabwe Gender Commission(ZGC) is an important institution in Zimbabwe‰۪s gender architecture given its mandate to investigate possible violations of rights related to gender; (these may emanate from elections related activities and campaigns) and to receive and consider complaints from the public and to take such action regarding the complaints as it considers appropriate. To operationalize this mandate in this election, it has established a Platform of independent constitutional commissions which is a mechanism for gathering evidence and documenting women‰۪s experiences throughout the electoral cycle. Its membership includes other independent Commissions (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, National Peace and Reconciliation Commission and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission) security sector actors, civil society organizations, women‰۪s organizations, academia, and representatives of women‰۪s peace committees in identified areas. Within this framework UN Women in collaboration with the Zimbabwe Gender Commission is organizing a three-day BRIDGE (Building Resources in Democracy, Governance & Elections) training on Gender and Elections for the members of the platform of independent commissions and selected CSOs and relevant government departments. This training program is a modular professional development program on electoral processes designed to be used as a tool within a broader capacity development framework. BRIDGE comprises of modules on all aspects of election administration and one of these modules is dedicated to ‰ÛÏGender & Elections‰. Facilitators – Revai Makanje Aalbaek and Rindai Chipfunde Vava […]
In order to facilitate the communication of electoral officials within society, CCET Moldova will train librarians from different localities on civic and voter education. To develop a support network for stakeholders in electoral processes. Facilitators: Accrediting – Doina Bordeianu […]
In order to facilitate the communication of electoral officials with the society, CCET Moldova will train librarians from diferent localities on civic and voter education. Broadly, the purpose is to develop a support network for stakeholders in electoral processes. Facilitators: Accrediting – Doina […]
In order to facilitate the communication of electoral officials with the society, CCET Moldova will train librarians from diferent localities on civic and voter education. To develop a support network for stakeholders in electoral processes. Facilitators: Accrediting – Doina […]
Build capacity in preparation for Voter Registration following a VR feasibility study undertaken for the very first time in preparation for universal suffrage. Facilitators: Tomsie Dlamini Immaculate […]
The workshop aim is to give an introduction in electoral administration, and enhance the electoral awareness to NEC Assistant Voter Education and Training Officers (AVETOS) and CSO stakeholders in election process. All of the aprticipants are PWD‰۪s, and are members of Disabled Persons Organizations in Sierra Leone. Facilitators – Accrediting – Shuhub Ahmad Najib Workshop – Vera Muring Kwalar Semi Accrediting – Annetta Flanigan […]
Donner des notions de base aux 38 volontaires des Nations Unies recrut̩s par le PNUD et mis ÌÊ la disposition de la CENI. Accrediting – Pathe Dieng Workshop – Abdoul Latif HAIDARA, Jacques Gbonimy, Odile Wane […]
Workshop on training of the training and procedures section on design and implementation of the training. Facilitators: Accrediting: – Alexandra Hovelacque- Anan Sorri Workshop: – Ahmed Alameri- Asma Miloud.A Sleek – Sabri F Ali […]
Workshop for HNEC Training staff from HQ and Field offices to build their capacities in planning, management, design and implementation of training activities. Facilitators Accrediting – 125 – Alexandra Hovelacque 4158 – Anan Sorri Workshop – 4170 – Ahmed Alameri 7656 – Asma Miloud.A SLEEK 7661 – Sabri F Ali Senki […]
UNDP/Georgia, with the financial assistance of EU and in partnership with Central Election Commission of Georgia and the Centre of Electoral Systems Development, Reforms and Trainings, conducted 7-day BRIDGE workshop on Elections and Training.
The modernization of the Moldovan electoral process and the institutional consolidation of the Central Electoral Commission of Moldova (CEC) have been supported by the UNDP Moldova Democracy Programme.
The Zimbabwe Electoral Support Network (ZESN) supported by international partner the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) conducted a BRIDGE Civic Education Modular workshop from 06-08 November, 2013, in Kadoma District located in the Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe. The objectives of the workshop aimed at building capacity of the target audience to develop effective public outreach programmes.
UNDP Georgia, within the project “Promoting Credible and Sustainable Electoral Institutions and Processes” with the financial support of EU and in coordination with the Parliament of Georgia, organized the workshop on the Electoral Systems
The BRIDGE project partners launched Version Two of the Building Resources in Democracy and Governance (BRIDGE) Project in New York on March 26, 2008. The event drew dozens of international electoral experts and members of the diplomatic, non-profit and United Nations communities at International IDEA' headquarters.