The International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance is an intergovernmental organization.
Its programmes aim to:
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Money in Politics: problems and solutions
International IDEA aims to strengthen political institutions to deliver on development.
International IDEA provides support for making electoral administration more professional.
International IDEA supports inclusive and participatory constitution-building processes
Representative democracy cannot function properly without parties.
6 April, 2016
Explores EMB involvement electoral law reform in Africa and provides guidelines for EMB engagement.
New roles for EMBs in increasing youth participation in electoral processes.
1 April, 2016
What factors shape constitutional transitions in countries where territorial cleavages are very significant?
29 March, 2016
This report examines Yemen’s so-called peaceful transition process and offers recommendations for future reform efforts.
This paper aims to develop a typology for analysing, responding to and helping to resolve electoral crises peacefully and democratically.
27 April, 2016
On 10 April, for the first time in modern history, Peru held its fourth consecutive democratic election.
26 April, 2016
The debate over presidential terms and tenures continue to create challenges for democratic development in Africa – but are we seeing a light at the end of the tunnel?
22 April, 2016
Democratic Transitions: Conversations with World Leaders will be launched in Tunis on 25 April. Members of the press are welcome to join the launch at the Golden Tulip Gammarth Hotel in Tunis, Tunisia.
Discover the personal reflections on constructing democracy by former presidents on five continents. Find out about the global book tour and download one chapter for free.
Do you want to know how ICTs are used in elections around the world? Explore our new global database.
International IDEA has updated and expanded the content of the Direct Democracy database which provides data for more than 180 countries.
The legal documents of more than 170 countries have been analyzed and the results are now available online in the new version of the Electoral Justice Database.
Over 140 organizations from 54 countries have been granted a free-of-charge license to use the Tool.
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