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International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES)

One of the world's premier democracy and governance assistance organizations, IFES provides targeted technical assistance to strengthen transitional democracies. Founded in 1987, IFES developed and implemented comprehensive, collaborative democracy solutions in 100+ countries. Professional capacity embodied in expert staff and senior consultants; geographical specialists in Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and functional specialists in rule of law, civil society, good governance, election administration, applied research, human rights, gender issues, public IT solutions. Expertise and flexibility to develop comprehensive solutions to complex problems of democratization; not bound to one place, one political circumstance or one social condition.

For more information, visit http://www.ifes.org/


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