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Project ID:00073072Description:ITF G11-22 Gov/JP/Enhanced Med
UNDG Iraq Trust Fund
Start Date *: 30 Nov 2009
Gov Sup Electoral Procs
End Date*: 1 Dec 2012
Country: Iraq Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

This project supports the electoral process in Iraq by building the capacity of three key institutions – the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC), the Communications and Media Commission (CMC) and the professional media – so they can play their respective and complementary roles in providing stakeholders with timely, accurate and impartial information.

The project will be implemented through activities designed to:

  • build public confidence in these three key institutions;
  • facilitate dialogue among these three key institutions;
  • strengthen regulatory frameworks (including self-regulatory mechanisms) relating to Article 19 freedoms of expression and access to information;
  • ensure evidence-based public outreach and advocacy for the IHEC and the CMC.

UNESCO and UNDP will emphasize capacity building for the IHEC, CMC and media professionals and institutions. The division of labor will be shared according to agency mandates and expertise. It will enable a mix of upstream and downstream activities that will benefit the key stakeholder institutions and enhance the democratic process in Iraq.

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Iraq or the lead agency for the programme.

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