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Jun
14
2016
Video
Opening remarks by Tom Vandenkendelaere at the roundtable “The Inter-generational Dialogue for Democracy”, Mission of Canada to the EU, Brussels, 31 May 2016.
Jun
13
2016
Video
Politicians need money and they need your vote. Power in our Pockets: Social Media, Money and Politics in the Digital Age explains how social media affects how political parties get both.  
Jun
10
2016
Video
Know the game. Hold the power.   Synopsis Money is central to politics. Money is critical for communicating with constituents. Political parties, candidates and other electoral institutions need funding to carry out tasks including campaigns.
Jun
04
2016
Infographics
May
24
2016
Infographics
May
24
2016
Infographics
May
21
2016
Infographics
May
19
2016
Infographics
Mar
22
2016
Speech
The Mongolian Government hosted a seminar on “Democratic Transitions in Asia: Lessons Learned from Transitional Elections" on 21-22 March 2016. The seminar hosted participants from 10 Asian countries, including Afghanistan, Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia,...
Mar
14
2016
Video
How does your country tackle the issue of Money in Politics? Whether the main issue for you is corporate donations, illicit funding seeping into politics or skyrocketing campaign spending, looking at how other countries control money in politics is useful....
Feb
26
2016
Video
Democratic accountability is essentially for allowing citizens and their representatives to voice concerns. Improved democratic accountability amplifies the influence of service users. International IDEA’s framework allows local actors to assess the state of...
Feb
26
2016
Video
One in a series of video clips to enhance interest and understanding amongst local actors committed to improve the quality of democratic accountability.
Feb
26
2016
Video
One in a series of video clips to enhance interest and understanding amongst local actors committed to improve the quality of democratic accountability.
Feb
08
2016
Video
The Electoral Risk Management Tool help countries conduct peaceful and credible elections. Intended users are electoral management bodies, security sector agencies, civil society and other state or non-state actors.