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Sep
06
2011
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Democracy is an incubator for gender equality - Ban Ki Moon Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-general, the United nations, speaks during the "Democracy and Gender Equality Roundtable", organized by International IDEA, in association with the UN Department of Political...
Sep
06
2011
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No Democracy without full inclusion of Women - Helen Clark Helen Clark, Administrator, UNDP, speaks during the Democracy and Gender Equality Roundtable, organized by International IDEA, in association with the UN Department of Political Affairs, the United...
Sep
06
2011
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UN is more involved in gender equity than ever - Ban Ki-Moon Ban Ki-Moon, Secretay-General, United nations, speaks during the Democracy and Gender Equality Roundtable, organized by International IDEA, in association with the UN Department of Political...
Sep
06
2011
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Engage political parties - Helen Clark Helen Clark, Administrator, UNDP, speaks during the Democracy and Gender Equality Roundtable, organized by International IDEA, in association with the UN Department of Political Affairs, the United Nations...
Sep
06
2011
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Women and the Arab Spring - Oscar Fernandez-Taranco Oscar Fernandez-Taranco, Assistant Secretary-General, UN DPA, speaks during the Democracy and Gender Equality Roundtable, organized by International IDEA, in association with the UN Department of Political...
May
08
2011
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L'Institut international pour la démocratie et l'assistance électorale  
May
08
2011
Video
An interview with International IDEA's Secretary-General Vidar Helgesen
Feb
07
2011
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Equality: progress, with challenges - Ban Ki-Moon Ban Ki-Moon, Scretary-general, the United Nations, speaks during the Democracy and Gender Equality Roundtable, organized by International IDEA, in association with the UN Department of Political Affairs, the...
Jun
12
2007
Speech
Why has diversity become such a popular theme? It has always existed, both in human society and in a way, in each of us, as individuals and products of the most obvious, “primordial” diversity – the diversity between a woman and a man. We use the term...
May
28
2007
Speech
This background paper reviews the extant research and debates on the causes and consequences of democracy to provide guidance to the international donor community on the key conceptual and methodological issues surrounding democracy promotion and aid...
Mar
27
2007
Speech
How does the socialisation of people into becoming voters work? What makes young people become habitual voters? It is tempting to assume that those who do not vote may participate in other ways - but we don’t know whether this is true. Sometimes those who...
Mar
27
2007
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Mar
26
2007
Speech
This event marks the successful conclusion of a ground-breaking project. Three international organisations, UNDP, OAS, International IDEA, and one national development assistance agency, Canadian CIDA, have joined forces to produce an innovative and much...
Jun
01
2006
Speech
Since the end of the cold war democracy has been a buzzword, slowly being filled with substance. During the past 10 years democracy has advanced, but it is also increasingly challenged. Challenged because it does not live up to high expectations of rising...
May
19
2006
Speech
It is almost one hundred and fifty years since Abraham Lincoln said that ‘Democracy is the government of the people, by the people, for the people.’ The clarity of his words has rarely been matched since, but their content has acquired today an almost unique...
Apr
20
2006
Speech
"When my daughters were young, they, like so many, spent hours in front of video game machines. One of their favourites was called The Mole Hunter."
May
26
2005
Speech
International IDEA’s interest in direct democracy concerns whether, when and how the use of direct democracy mechanisms is appropriate to enhance democratic systems.