We are filling the urgent need to ensure sustained support for reforms and improved election management.
28 February, 2017
1 December, 2016
As Nigerian democracy moves into these difficult stages of consolidation, the Nigerian Election Working Group (NEWG) proposes to
fill thecentral gap that is the urgent need to ensure support for reformes and improved election management.
Essentially, the NEWG is designed to be a technical body that studies elections on a continuous basis and makes recommendations to
diverse stakeholders. Often, election management bodies like INEC seek improvements in various aspects of election management and
require technical and strategic inputs for that purpose.
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It is expected that they will bring together theoretical thinking, field experience and empirical information about elections to support improvements to the electoral process.
They include respected academics on elections, former leaders of Nigeria’s election management institutions, renowned and respected civil society practitioners and persons who
have worked in electoral support with development partners.
The key beneficiaries of the work of the NEWG are the major election management
institutions including the Election Management Body, the Independent National Electoral
Commission (INEC), security agencies which secure elections, as well as election adjudication bodies.
In addition, the work of NEWG will be of immense benefit to civil society organizations working on
elections, development partners who provide electoral support and therefore require reliable data and
evidence-based research for their work. Finally, the work of NEWG would benefit researchers and teachers
working on Nigerian elections.
If you will like to find out more about The Nigerian Election Working Group, contact us below.
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