The Institute for Education in Democracy (IED) is implementing a two-year project themed “Enhancing Gender Responsive Policies in Institutions of Governance”. This project is funded by our development partner – The Commonwealth Foundation – and is aimed at strengthening institutions of governance to adopt gender responsive policies through participatory platforms.
IED is calling for a consultant to document the Ni Jukumu Letu; Youth Learning and Living Democracy project through videography/photography. Deadline for submission is Wednesday 22nd April 2015.
The ToRs can be downloaded below:
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party is idyllically supposed to be a democratic movement. However, contrary to its naming, the party has continually remained deviant from democratic culture and has suffered failure in enforcing regulations for intra-party democracy.
On Friday 13th March 2015, IED hosted the Council for a Community of Democracies' Acting President, Mr. Steven Wagenseil from Washington DC and Professor David McQuoid-Mason from South Africa to develop the very first National Democracy Education Action Plan (NDEAP) for Kenya.