Three new NDI publications address different aspects of the democratic process – selecting candidates for legislative office, establishing the legal framework for democratic elections and conducting effective constituent relations.
Selecting Candidates for Legislative Office is the latest in NDI’s Political Parties and Democracy in Theoretical and Practical Perspectives series, a collection of research papers that blend theoretical knowledge, empirical research and practical experience to examine aspects of political party organization. Promoting Legal Frameworks for Democratic Elections aims to assist leaders of political parties and civic organizations, legislative drafters, electoral authorities, journalists and representatives of international organizations in the development of election laws and legal frameworks for democratic elections. Constituent Relations: A Guide to Best Practices aims to assist elected representatives with practical approaches and concepts for organizing and carrying out effective constituent relations.
Political Parties and Democracy In Theoretical and Practical Perspectives: Selecting Candidates for Legislative Office
Promoting Legal Frameworks for Democratic Elections
Constituent Relations: A Guide to Best Practices
Published on October 21, 2008