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Biometric Voter Registration: 2020 and 2023 Comparison

EISA’s International Election Observation Team to the 2023 Presidential and Legislative elections has compiled a comparison data table whereby Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) figures for the years 2020 and 2023 were compared. The data reveals that, overall, more people have been registered with the BVR compared to the year 2020. From a total of 2 […]

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Leaving No One Behind: Prioritizing Inclusion in Civic and Voter Education for Persons with Disabilities

Inclusive Civic and Voter Education (CVE) plays a crucial role in fostering a democratic society that values the participation of all individuals, including those with disabilities. Ensuring the inclusion of people with Disabilities (PwDs) in civic and voter education is not only a matter of equality and social justice but also a means of empowering […]

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Political parties take a promising step towards securing women’s inclusion in Liberia’s 2023 elections.

On 11 May 2023, political parties and the National Elections Commission (NEC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which signals political parties’ commitment to nominating women in a minimum 30% of their candidate listings in the upcoming 2023 General Elections. This commitment demonstrates their support for women’s political participation and was a significant step toward promoting gender equality and women’s political representation.

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Citizen Trust Is a Crucial Currency in Liberia’s Electoral Processes

From 28 April – 8 May 2023, EISA’s LTOs have visited 107 voter registration centers in 5 counties (Nimba, Bong, Grand Gedeh, Lofa and River Cess). This brief shines the spotlight on observations made in Nimba and Bong. Across the country citizens showed strong ownership of the election and that elections are a worthwhile democratic process that should be protected at all costs.

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Launch of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy (EISA)-International Election Observation Mission (EOM) Project for Liberia 2023 elections

The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) is pleased to announce the launch of its International Election Observation Mission project for the Liberia 2023 Presidential and Legislative elections. The EISA International Election Observation Mission (EISA-IEOM), funded by USAID-Liberia to deploy short and long-term international observers, will assess the integrity of the electoral process […]