Events

UNDP LEAP Documentary 2018

UNDP LEAP support to the 2018 Parliamentary Elections

Supporting the Automation of the Candidate Registration and Result Management Systems

Enhancing the Capacity of Electoral Officers

1766 Call Center at the Service of the Public

Youth and Elections Awareness Sessions

Info Sessions Targeting Women Candidates & Voters

Launching a Gender Roadmap To increase Women’s Participation in Elections

Constitutional Council’s Decisions Publications in French 1996 – 2016 in cooperation with UNDP

“Elections Management & Operations” BRIDGE Workshop

Launching of ”The Participation of Lebanese Women in Political Life"

2017 Voter Registration Campaigns

“Gender and Elections” training

“The Parliamentary Electoral Legal Framework” Conference

Workshop for Elected Women Municipal Council Members and Mukhtars in South-West Lebanon

Award of Appreciation from Governor of Akkar to LEAP Team

Running for Local Elections 2016: Women’s Journey towards Winning

Candidate Registration Process: A successful pilot project in Akkar

Enhancing Women Political Participation through Electoral Laws National Conference

40 CSOs from 18 Regional Countries in Beirut Discussing “Election Dispute Resolution”

Cooperation between Constitutional Council and UNDP

Regional BRIDGE “Training the facilitators” workshop in Beirut

Silver Award to the 2013 Voter Registration Billboards

BRIDGE training on Gender and Elections in Cairo

BRIDGE Training

Electoral Systems and Women’s Participation Workshop

Launching of the Voter Registration Campaign

2013 Voter Registration Training

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Youth and Elections Awareness Sessions

As part of a broader Get-Out-the-Vote voter education campaign, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) the Lebanese Elections Assistance Project (LEAP), in partnership with the “Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections” (LADE), conducted six info sessions in five universities between 5 and 24 April.

 

The overall goal of the awareness sessions was to increase young people’s motivation and preparedness to participate constructively in elections. More than 200 students, aged between 19 and 26, participated in the sessions where LEAP team provided information on the aspects of the electoral cycle, including the new electoral law, the electoral calendar, the required documents to vote for elections, preprinted ballot papers and election observation.

 

Learn more about the awareness sessions here.

 

LEAP is funded by EU and USAID.

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