African Elections Project www.africanelections.org established 2008 with the vision of enhancing the ability of journalists, citizen journalists and the news media to provide more timely and relevant elections information and knowledge while undertaking monitoring of specific and important aspects of governance.
The African Elections Project in Liberia, responds directly to the need for an of Information and Communication Technology based Platform to Monitor Election Incidents of violence, irregularities and human rights abuses spanning the period of pre-elections, during elections and post elections thereby contributing to building peace and advancing human freedom in Liberia.
The project aims at facilitating the work of journalists and citizen journalists to actively use ICT tools in disseminating election information and knowledge and stimulating a vibrant online and offline dialogue between the media and civil society on elections issues through forums.
AEP Liberia Objectives
• To develop an early warning system to alert stakeholders on potential violence related incidents
• To facilitate the work of journalists and citizen journalists to actively use ICT tools in disseminating election information and knowledge.
• To facilitate a vibrant online and offline dialogue between the media and civil society on elections issues.
AEP Liberia Activities
• Elections Incidence Monitoring Platform
• Election Incidence Monitoring Platform Orientation
• Elections Reporting Guide
AEP Liberia(www.africanelections/liberia.org) is coordinated by the International Institute of ICT Journalist (Penplusbytes) working hand in hand with key partners with strategic and financial support from Humanity United (www.humanityunited.org)
To participate in this project and for more information contact:
Tel : +231880674566 - Liberia
AEP Central office : +233302234015 or +233302922621 or +233302922620
Mobile : +233241995737
SMS- International: +231880674566
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African Elections project is co-od by the International Institute for ICT Journalism www.penplusbytes.org in strategic funding partnership from Humanity United www.humanityunited.org