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Gender equality is mutually and equally beneficial to both men and women. Gender roles and assumptions often lead to the denial, restriction and elimination of basic human rights of both genders. Womens electoral and political participation is widely recognized as a pre-existing condition for the realization of full democracy. Download PDF Version
All citizens of Sierra Leone have the right to vote and participate in elections. This right is guaranteed by the 1991 Constitution, the Persons with Disabilities Act 2011 and the Public Elections Act 2012. Further protection is found in the international Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Yet, there are still situations where persons with disabilities (PWD) are faced with obstacles that hinder them from exercising this fundamental right. Download PDF Version
Notice of Poll for Ward 229, Tonkolili District Council Elections Download PDF Version
MEETING OF POLITICAL STAKEHOLDERS FOR THE VILLAGE HEAD ELECTIONS IN THE WESTERN AREA RURAL DISTRICT Download PDF Version
Notice of Poll for Constituency 001, Kailahun District Council Elections Download PDF Version
National Electoral Commission (NEC) Sierra Leone, Public Notice on Final Public Distribution of Voter ID Cards 2012 Elections Download PDF Version
National Electoral Commission (NEC), Voting Steps and How to Mark a Ballot, March 2018 Elections Download PDF Version