Civil Society Engagement with Political Parties During Elections

Date: February 6, 2015
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Oxfam commissioned the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana) to conduct a study into how civil society organizations (CSOs) can effectively engage with and/or influence political parties during election campaigns. The fundamental question underlying the study was: ÀžWhat conditions and contexts facilitate the most effective mechanisms to advance long-term success by CSOs in influencing the political commitments and programmes of political parties during election campaigns?ÀŸ The study aimed to contribute vital knowledge on this subject, about which there was very little pre-existing documentation, particularly concerning West Africa. The study was based on CSOsÀŸ experiences from the 2012 elections in Ghana and Sierra Leone.

Publisher: Oxfam
Year of Publication: 2013
Download : 20033_rr-civil-society-engagement-political-parties-elections-181213-en_0.pdf

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