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A presentation that was made for Gender Center for Research and Training on their work on Sudan Elections 2010. It was part of a report submitted for their partners. I MADE IT USING OFFICE

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Election show

  1. 1. Gender Center for Research & TrainingELECTION PROJECT OVERVIEW
  2. 2. WORK PHASES
  3. 3. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  4. 4. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  5. 5. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  6. 6. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  7. 7. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  8. 8. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  9. 9. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  10. 10. PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
  11. 11. PHASES ACTIVITIES ElectionsProcess Phase PHASE
  12. 12. PHASES ACTIVITIES Main Theme for 2010Post Elections Phase Enhancing Womans Human Rights  Conducting a comprehensive PHASE assessment on Women’s rights agenda in Political Parties Programs  Preparing a conceptual framework on Women’s Human Rights & Election  Preparation of a simplified advocacy manual on Women’s rights
  13. 13. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Samples of different activities carried out by the center during the project phases.
  14. 14. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED1 Quota System Forum: Supporting Sudanese Women Political Participation Researches and Development Studies Inst. Hall GCRT in partnership with 4th Jan. 2007 NED
  15. 15. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Forum: Supporting Sudanese Women Political Participation 1 Objectives:  To define different election methods and the ways that women can participate in.  To Define Quota System.  To reach a common ground on the best method to use for enabling women political participation.
  16. 16. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Forum: Supporting Sudanese Women Political Participation 1 Target Groups:  PoliticalParties.  Women organizations  Civil Society Organizations.
  17. 17. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Forum: Supporting Sudanese Women Political Participation 1 Forum Outputs and Recommendations:  Women Alliances is a must, and should be established.  Women must be part of NEC.  Women Advocacy Groups must be created to push hard for inclusion of clear explicit articles in elections law on how women can participate in the elections.
  18. 18. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED2 Elections Campaign Workshop: A Training on How To Manage an Election Campaign GCRT GCRT Hall in partnership with NED 4 th Jan. 2007 Afief Presented by: Dr. Albagir
  19. 19. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections Campaign Workshop: A Training on How To Manage an Election Campaign 2 Target Groups:  Women leaders in political parties.
  20. 20. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections Campaign Workshop: A Training on How To Manage an Election Campaign 2 Objectives:  To train women leaders on general concepts of campaigns.  To train them on specific features and management of electoral campaign.  Scientific approaches in Campaign management.
  21. 21. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED3 Quota System Workshop: Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation Grand Holiday Villa Hotel 9th May 2007 GCRT in partnership with FEF
  22. 22. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Workshop : Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation 3 Papers Presented:  Sudanese Women and Elections: The Experience and Results. (By: Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Salim)  Sudanese Women and Elections: Why is the Quota? (By: Dr. Balgis Badri)
  23. 23. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Workshop: Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation 3 Strategies & Future GuidesExtracted from papers and what has been verbally said by the presenters:  More workshops are needed to reach an agreement on the technical details to fulfill the objectives of women representation through Quota system.  Women must bypass the political parties differences to present a common view for NEC.
  24. 24. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Workshop: Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation 3 Strategies & Future GuidesExtracted from papers and what has been verbally said by the presenters:  Civic education is a must.  Woman must be stated in a clear and explicit text in the elections law.  There is a need to make a forum in the parliament on the issue
  25. 25. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Workshop: Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation 3 Strategies & Future GuidesExtracted from papers and what has been verbally said by the presenters:  Campaigns must be worked out in concentrated rates.  More work is needed inside political parties in different states.  Close meetings are needed with different parties and civil society organization to make a draft for the elections law. FEF should sponsor these meetings.
  26. 26. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Workshop: Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation 3 Strategies & Future GuidesExtracted from papers and what has been verbally said by the presenters:  Workshops are needed to enable women facing the election process.  Women must be represented in NEC.  A campaign must be done by women in political parties and civil society organizations. It might be promotional, educational, advocacy and public with a slogan: Quota is Justice NOT Separation!
  27. 27. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Workshop: Quota as a mechanism of enabling women political participation 3 Strategies & Future GuidesExtracted from papers and what has been verbally said by the presenters:  Parties are to be committed to a definite action plan and schedule matching with different elections phases regarding the issue.  All women sectors (agricultural, workers, etc) must be aware and enabled.
  28. 28. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED4 Elections; Brainstorming Forum: A forum to collect food for thoughts after the issuance of elections law GCRT in partnership 2008 and 5th Aug. with FEF UNIFEM
  29. 29. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections; Brainstorming Forum: A forum to collect food for thoughts after the issuance of elections law 4 Objectives:To reach a definite recommendations and actionplan for the following period of time
  30. 30. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections; Brainstorming Forum: A forum to collect food for thoughts after the issuance of elections law 4 Papers presented:  Lightson Elections Law (By: Maria Abbas)  Smart Alliances: The Opportunities ( By: Sara Nogdalla)
  31. 31. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections; Brainstorming Forum: A forum to collect food for thoughts after the issuance of elections law 4 Outputs:  Forum is agreed to be periodical on monthly basis  FEF, UNIFEM and GCRT are to coordinate the forum.  An urgent meeting was agreed upon to set the priorities and strategies that organize the work and set the following steps.
  32. 32. SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections; Brainstorming Forum: A forum to collect food for thoughts after the issuance of elections law 4 Outputs:  As a consequence the following forum was held on Oct. 2008 in Meridian Hotel  Papers presented were:  Women and Elections: Challenges and Opportunities (by: Siddieg Yousif)  Elections: A Gender View (by: Zainab Abbas)

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