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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

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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    • Gender Center for Research & TrainingELECTION PROJECT OVERVIEW
    • WORK PHASES
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES Pre-elections Phase PHASE
    • PHASES ACTIVITIES ElectionsProcess Phase PHASE
    • 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
    • SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Samples of different activities carried out by the center during the project phases.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Quota System Forum: Supporting Sudanese Women Political Participation 1 Target Groups:  PoliticalParties.  Women organizations  Civil Society Organizations.
    • 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.
    • 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
    • SOME ACTIVITIES DETAILED Elections Campaign Workshop: A Training on How To Manage an Election Campaign 2 Target Groups:  Women leaders in political parties.
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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)
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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!
    • 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.
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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)
    • 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.
    • 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)