WIMAGE IN FULL ATTENDANCE IN LIBERIA OBSERVING TODAY’S CRUCIAL ELECTIONS By KABS KANU, Public Relations…
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The Girl Development Program (GDP) is part of our commitment to empowering young girls and women leaders in local communities in their endeavors to create tangible change through early identification, targeted support, and capacity-building initiatives. This program seeks to shape a more adaptive and conducive environment for girls and young women’s aspirations in leadership space across the world.
WHY WOMEN SHOULD OBSERVE ELECTIONS
WIMAGE monitors elections to ensure that the rights of female voters and candidates are respected, protected, and properly addressed. Women’s participation and inclusion in governance and decision-making processes is crucial to ensuring more equitable representation.
WIMAGE Election Monitors are trained to monitor key gender-based stratagems and report whether elections are free, fair, and transparent, our observers serve as a critical oversight mechanism for transparency and accountability. Furthermore, women monitors play an essential role in assessing how well democratic election processes reflect the political will of the people while reflecting ultimate inclusivity. This not only contributes to the strengthening of democracy around the world but also restores good governance in the face of attempted autocratic leadership.
Our Programs are aligned with the United Nations – Sustainable Development Goals, African Union – Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment inspired by the Maputo Protocol, and EU – Peace and Security For Women.
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FOUNDATION OF OUR PROGRAMS
Our programs are designed to promote sustainable development, eliminate gender inequalities, ensure the safety and protection of special interest groups, and contribute to the development of improved democratic societies. We strongly believe that these milestones are instrumental to the realization of active participation of women, youths, and marginalized communities in the leadership and governance arena.