After decades of military rule and economic stagnation, Burma has begun to institute political and economic reforms. Over the past three years, the country has signed ceasefire agreements with most of the ethnic groups long at war with the central government, released a large number of political prisoners, eased constraints on the media and civil society and enacted amendments to reform restrictive electoral laws. These developments paved the...
Burmese GNDEM Members Secure Legal Recognition for Observation
Transition Monitoring Group's Innovative Outreach Through Videos
Nigerian GNDEM member Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) used innovative public outreach strategies, including infographics and video as part of its observation effort for the March 2015 Nigerian general elections. It's short informative videos served to educate citizens and electoral stakeholders about the group’s...