The Strategic use of Gender Quotas in the Arab World, written by Hybl Reseach Fellow Bozena Chrisina Welbourne, explores the mix of incentives seen in the variation in gender quota adoption within legislatures across the Middle East and North Africa.
As the situation in Egypt continues to evolve, IFES has released a briefing paper that serves as a guide to understanding the current electoral system and identifies issues that must be addressed immediately in order to have credible and competitive elections in the near future.
The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) has released a report detailing the findings from their latest survey in Ukraine.
IRI released its national survey and analysis of Iraqi public opinion, conducted October 23-30, 2010.
The International Republican Institute (IRI) released its public opinion survey on Nigerians’ expectations in the run-up to the country’s April elections.
Anthony Bowyer, IFES Program Manager for the Caucasus and Central Asia, talks about Kazakhstan’s recent referendum and what it might mean for the country and the region.
The International Republican Institute (IRI) today released the findings from its survey of Kyrgyzstan public opinion.
The National Democratic Institute (NDI) has released a publication exploring public opinion in Somalia.
The National Democratic Institute has published a paper by Leslie Campbell on party-building in the Middle East.
The International Republican Institute (IRI) has released a survey of Cambodian public opinion. The poll covers issues such as the direction of the country, and top issues such as education and farmland.