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  1. Inclusive Electoral Literacy in US Introduction The rights of the voters with disabilities are duly protected under the Legislative provisions of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Electoral Assistance Commissions has taken several initiatives in the light of said legal provisions to provide equal opportunity to the voters with disabilities in the matters of awareness, voter education and their engagement in the electoral process. More than 35 million Americans with disabilities are eligible to vote. The US Elec
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    A document on proceedings of the International Conference on ‘Voter Education for Inclusive, Informed and Ethical Participation’ held in New Delhi in October, 2016 with knowledge resources on voter education systems of EMB’s of well over two dozen countries, International Institutions and Experts.
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    ECI organized a single day International Conference on 24th January, 2018 on ‘Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Electoral Processes’ at New Delhi. The conference provided a robust platform for sharing the rich experience and consolidating the good work done in this area by different countries and international Institutions. This Conference Report has been prepared to consolidate the knowledge sharing from the interactions during the conference.
  4. Election Commission of India organised an international conference on ‘Voter Education for Inclusive, Informed and Ethical Participation’ from 19th to 21st October 2016 in New Delhi.
  5. Voter Education for Accessible Elections in Myanmar General Myanmar has a population of 56 million out of which 8.5 million population of disabled people is estimated to be 8.5 million (as per the 15% estimate of the World Health Organization).Myanmar ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in December 2011. Myanmar made sustained efforts for inclusion in 2015 electoral process. Voter Education The Myanmar Independent Living Initiative (MILI) collaborated with the Union Election Commission (UEC) to develop an inclusive voter education
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  13. Paraguay: Voter Education for Persons with Disabilities Introduction Paraguay has total Population of 6.8 million of which, population with a disability is estimated at 1million (as per World Health Organization’s 15% estimate). Paraguay ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on 03 September 2008 and as such recognizes equal access to the persons with a disability for electoral process including voting rights. Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities The Supreme Tribunal of Electoral Justice (STEJ) has done a pioneering work for voter edu
  14. New Zealand: Inclusive Voter Education, Disability Strategy and Initiatives for PwD’s Introduction All the New Zealand citizens have right to have their voice heard and as such, equal access to enrollment and voting at elections. In this context, the Electoral Commission of New Zealand provides efficient and effective electoral assistance in terms of enrollment and voting to persons with disabilities, aboriginals, other categories requiring voter assistance besides women. The initiatives of EC NZ are supported by the provisions of the Elections Act 1993 and the rules made under t
  15. Mali: Electoral Access Project Boîte á images¸or image boxes, were used by the Electoral Access Project in Mali (PAPEM) for a voter education project supported by IFES in Bamako in 2015. The pictures integrated persons with disabilities throughout the document, which used images to explain to voters how to participate. By including voters with disabilities in the drawing, the project not only encouraged persons with disabilities to take part in the election but also increased awareness of other voters on the rights of persons with disabilities to take part in political and public li
  16. Libya: ‘Zaykum Zayna’ In 2013, an Electoral Access Working Group, that included members of the Libyan General National Congress, disabled persons’ organizations, disability rights activists, and civil society members, was formed in Libya. Together, Working Group members launched a successful social media campaign called Zaykum Zayna (“As you are, we are”) to promote awareness of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) in Libya, emphasizing the right to political participation for men and women with disabilities. The Zaykum Zayna campaign he
  17. Inclusive Voter Education in Kenya Kenya has a population of 45 million and the population of the persons with disability is estimated at 6.7 million (per WHO’s estimation level of 15%). Kenya ratified the CRPD in the year 2008. Kenya has in place the ‘Persons with Disabilities Act’ 2003 to provide support and equal access to PwD’s. Excerpts of Article 29 and 30 from the Act are given as below: Persons with Disabilities Act (2003) Article 29 All persons with disabilities shall be entitled at their request, to be assisted by persons of their choice in voting in preside
  18. Inclusive Voter Education in Haiti Haiti has a population of 10.1 million with an estimated 1.5 million persons with disabilities (PwD’s) according to WHO’s estimation level of 15%. Haiti ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on 25 July 2009 and as such provides due recognition to the inclusion of PwD’s in electoral and political process. Voter Education for PwD’s in Haiti Haiti embarked upon a simple yet very effective system of civic and voter education for the PwD’s through attractive posters, signage’s in collaboration and support from t
  19. Dominican Republic: ‘Right to Choose Project’ for Person with Disabilities Introduction Dominican Republic has a population of 10 million of which 1.2 million persons are estimated to be with a disability which means 11.9 percent of the population. Dominican Republic ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in August, 2009. This ratification strengthened the regulatory framework and efforts for inclusion inter alia for the equal voting rights and access. Legislative provisions Article 121 of the Electoral law provides for assistance to the
  20. Elections Canada: Accessibility Policy and Service Offering for Persons with Disabilities Introduction Elections Canada is an independent, non-partisan agency that reports directly to the Parliament of Canada. EC’s important responsibilities include conducting federal elections, by-elections and referendums. EC’s long-term vision envisages accessibility to be an ongoing process to provide inclusive, universal and flexible services that benefit everyone and in the recent years they have specially focused on reducing barriers for people with disabilities. Policy for People
  21. The Disabled Center for Development of Education and Culture (PAROS) led a coalition of 9 disability organizations to implement a project supported by IFES designed to empower Armenians with disabilities to participate in the 2007 and 2008 elections for the National Assembly (parliament) and Presidency. The national program on disability awareness and enfranchisement made the elections amongst the most accessible and inclusive in the history of Armenia. PAROS led the development of an informational campaign to raise awareness on the equal rights of Armenians with disabilities, inc
  22. Access of persons with disabilities to the electoral process in the Republic of Moldova: achievements and perspectives General information The number of stable population in the Republic of Moldova is around 3 557,6 thousand persons. According to the State Register of Voters, a number of 3.2 million citizens with the right to vote are registered. According to the data of the Ministry of Labor, Social Protection, and Family, the total number of the persons with disabilities accounts for 183 415 persons, representing about 5.2% of the total population. Central Electoral
  23. Contributing a Voice; Voter Education Campaigns Introduction Afghanistan has a total population of about 33 million. Going by the 15% estimate laid down by WHO, the population with a disability is estimated at 5 million. Afghanistan ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on 18 September, 2012. The democracy and the electoral processes have evolved in Afghanistan in recent past in a sustained manner. The Joint Electoral Management Body followed by the Independent Election Commission, despite the challenges before them, have i

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ECIThe Election Commission of India is an autonomous constitutional authority responsible for administering election processes in India. The body administers elections to the Lok SabhaRajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies in India, and the offices of the President and Vice President in the country. The Election Commission operates under the authority of Constitution per Article 324, and subsequently enacted Representation of the People Act

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