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Find the full programme here Find the Youth Cohort events in Costa Rica here
The cohort is led by Moldova, Transparency International, and Basel Institute.
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Anticorruption Policies as a Guarantee for National Security, Stability, and Sovereign Policy. The cohort is hosted by Bulgaria, the Center for Study of Democracy, and the Basel Institute.
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The Media Freedom Cohort is led by Canada, the Netherlands, and Internews. The cohort is further organized into three work streams:
For more information or to join the cohort, contact Internews: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Election Integrity Cohort is led by India with co-leads Greece, Mauritius and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems. The cohort undertakes collaborative activities to enhance understanding of election integrity with due regard to national, social and cultural contexts. Credible elections are an essential building block of democracy and one of its most visible processes. They require strong democratic institutions and effective, professional, and impartial administration and must be built upon the principles of transparency, accountable governance, respect for human rights, inclusiveness, rule of law and an independent judiciary, lack of corruption, and a safe environment for all electoral stakeholders. In the lead-up to the second Summit for Democracy, the cohort is focused on three themes:
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Norway, the Czech Republic, and the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) will jointly lead a democracy cohort on Civic Space under the Summit for Democracy Year of Action. The purpose of the cohort is to identify common commitments to strengthen support to and protection of civil society actors and civic space for democracy. The co-leads suggest to organize discussions and recommendations in working streams under the leadership of different countries, depending on interest and capacity.
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The cohort is led by Lithuania, Freedom House, and Alliance of Democracies.
The cohort has four areas of focus:
Contact Katie LaRoque ([email protected]) for more information. Read the concept note here