WFD is now initiating the selection process for Short-Term Observers for the parliamentary elections in the Kyrgyz Republic planned for 28 November 2021. To be considered as a Short-Term Observer (STO), applicants must be available over the following dates (indicative): STO Briefing Day 1 (Online) 22 November 2021 TO Briefing Day 2 (Online) 23 November […]
Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) provided support to the National Assembly of Armenia. WFD’s partnership was sought by the National Assembly of Armenia as the country transitioned from a presidential to a parliamentary system of governance. Until 2019 WFD supported parliament’s role in public financial management and provided technical and procedural assistance to the assembly.
Following the “Velvet Revolution” and elections of 2018, WFD worked in partnership with local and international implementers to increase its support to the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia. WFD led on assessing the needs of parliament and designing a substantial new package of support to increase the effectiveness of the National Assembly. Through the UNDP-led “Modern Parliament for a Modern Armenia” programme, WFD supported the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia from June 2020 to 2021. In June 2021, Westminster Foundation for Democracy marked the conclusion of its most recent programme in Armenia.
WFD worked to enhance the National Assembly’s overall effectiveness through increasing parliamentary oversight capacity, transparency, and accountability as well as increasing participation and engagement between the National Assembly and civil society. WFD analysed the secretariat of the National Assembly, gave recommendations to the management and produced two e-learning modules on post-legislative scrutiny and gender-responsive budgeting. WFD worked closely with civil society representatives to enhance gender-responsive budgeting tools and introduce them. In June 2021, Westminster Foundation for Democracy marked the conclusion of its most recent programme in Armenia.
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Training workshops on preventing and combating the use of hate speech for youth and civic activists took place in all regions of Kyrgyzstan from 6th – 23rd September 2021. Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD), jointly with the Institute of Civic Development held these events in the run up to the country’s Parliamentary elections within the […]
International Consultant for assessment of cooperation between Parliament and Independent State Institutions in Georgia
The Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) is the UK’s leading democracy support organisation, working in partnership with political parties, parliaments, civil society organisations (CSOs), and electoral bodies around the world to create more inclusive, accountable and transparent democratic systems. WFD strengthens the capacity of these key democratic institutions, helping to ensure they have the systems, […]