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Wednesday, December 14, 2016
iKNOW Politics User Survey
Complete our survey in Arabic, English, French, or Spanish.   Dear members,  As part of an external evaluation of iKNOW Politics aimed at better understanding the impact of our work and thinking about how we might improve ourselves in the future,...
Wednesday, November 02, 2016
Infographic: Women's Political Participation in Georgia's 2016 Elections by the Numbers
Polls show that Georgians would like to see more women in their parliament. Currently, women make up 12 percent of the Georgian legislature, behind the average of 25.8 percent for European countries and placing Georgia at 147 of 194 countries...
Monday, March 23, 2015
Improving Electoral Practices: Case Studies and Practical Approaches
Calls for the integrity of elections urge governments and international actors to attach importance to the professionalism of electoral management bodies, the regulation of political finance and the promotion of equal participation and...
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Increasing Women’s Political Participation in Liberia: Challenges and Potential Lessons from India, Rwanda and South Africa
  Liberia, like many democracies, faces the challenge of identifying and implementing strategies for leveling the numbers of women and men in national governance and decision-making capacities. Entrenched traditional norms, cultural practices,...
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
iKNOW Politics Film: Getting Ahead: Testimonials of Women in Politics
The film highlights the cases of prominent women leaders from Burundi, Canada, Ireland, Jordan, Namibia, Norway, Peru, the Philippines, South Africa and Uganda. In each of the profiled testimonials, women share their personal journeys in politics...