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February 01, 2016
Today Burma embarks on a new chapter in its transition, as a newly elected parliament convenes just months after what has been widely viewed as the most credible election in generations.  The opposition’s resounding victory has been accepted by the ruling establishment, and the swearing in of... Read More
October 21, 2015
In different countries they have different names, but they all share a vital role in the integrity of an election, regardless of where it is.  Call them what you will - party agents, polling station agents, poll watchers or election inspectors – these are the people that parties and... Read More
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Josh Hills

Resident Director of Political Party Development, Burma
September 30, 2015
On September 30, IRI’s Burma field office conducted its 100th political party workshop under its USAID funded Elections and Political Processes Assistance project.  Since July 2013, IRI has conducted workshops across the country, reaching over 8,000 party activists from 83 political parties.... Read More
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Steve Cima

Resident Country Director, Burma
November 14, 2014
Since 2011, Phnom Penh-based Young Women Leadership Network (YWLN) has encouraged young women in Cambodia to engage with their communities and work toward positive changes in government and social development.  Through training programs that focus on empowerment, effective advocacy and... Read More
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Teddy Wilhite

Governance Specialist