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DEMOCRACY

Who we are


Where we work

EISA was established in 1996 and has a vision of Africa where democratic governance, human rights and citizen participation are upheld peacefully.
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Flyer: EISA Mozambique's Webinar on: How can the new CNE respond to the presidential challenge?

 
 

Flyer: EISA Mozambique's Webinar on: How can the new CNE respond to the presidential challenge?

 

EISA MOZAMBIQUE

Strategies to raise levels of youth public participation, communication and action


Toolkit

 

EISA CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

Reseau arc-en-ciel citizen election observation mission


The official launch of the RAC long-term election observation mission (EOM) to the CAR's presidential and National Assembly elections scheduled for 27 December 2020

EOM launch
REC Long Term Observers
Short Term Observers
EOM documents

 

ELECTIONS & POLITICAL PROCESSES

Benin 2021 pre-election assessment mission report


Benin Pre-Election Assessment Mission Report cover

Rapport de la mission d'evaluation pré électorale 1-3 mars 2021.
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EISA MADAGASCAR

Launch of Talily Raike peacebuilding project


EISA Madgascar's Talily Raike peacebuilding project

EISA Madgascar launched the Talily Raike project aimsed at promoting conflict resolution through strengthening women's leadership in decision-making processes.
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EISA MOZAMBIQUE

Courtesy meeting between the new chair of the Electoral Commission and EISA


Courtesy meeting between new CNE's chair, Bishop Carlos Matsinhe, and EISA's country director, Ericino de Salema

The new chair of Mozambique's National Elections Commission, Bishop Carlos Matsinhe, had a courtesy visit on Friday, 5 February, in Maputo, with Ericino de Salema, EISA's country director.
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GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS & POLITICAL PROCESSES

Looking into SA's new Political Party Funding Act


Let's talk elections</em> electoral stakeholders dialogue sessions

EISA's Noxolo Gwala and POWER 98.7's political editor, Hajra Omarjee, discuss the Act's strengths and weaknesses.
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