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NAYMOTE strategy to engage traditional leaders in the Voter Education Process is working well in southeastern Liberia. The traditional authority is the leader of his people and despite the decline of chieftaincy as an institution; traditional authorities still command great influence in their areas of...
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Realizing that voters’ registration is a highly complex process as much as it is the single most extensive activity within the framework of elections; NAYMOTE with support from UNDP has identified in partnership with the local National Elections Commission Magistrates 12 influential community based organizations...
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Young people aged 18-32 years constitute 55% of the 1,903,229 registered voters in Liberia currently. The dividends of their participation in decision-making and political processes are lacking. The challenges they face are unprecedented, ranging from the lack of basic social services to unemployment, multiple forms...
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With advancements in Information Technology and use of social media in Liberia, citizens have more and better ways to both shape and influence public opinions on the functions of government and decision-making at local and national levels and the electoral process is key for such...
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Liberia, one of Africa’s oldest country has embarked upon another milestone. The country is approaching a historic moment in its journey towards democratic advancement and development. On October 10, 2017 Liberia will conduct her Presidential and Representative elections. The 2017 elections will usher in the...
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