Promoting an electoral reform agenda.
We design and organize local political debates that will provide a forum through which the citizens will be able to engage.
Carryout comprehensive civic education. Implement a grand civic education program that will benefit the urban, peri- urban and rural population.
ICT Interactivity for CCEDU member CSOs. Member CSOs across the country will be afforded a platform to share experiences and good practices.
Radio, TV, Outdoor, Cinema Messaging. Leverage from both the information on leaders’ commitments to citizens collected by the Movement.
Mobilizing citizens to demand for political and public accountability. Design and organize local political debates that will provide a forum.
CCEDU Observers to the Kenya General Elections at the Human Rights House
A cross section of CCEDU Members during a Forum launching the Electoral Commision Reform Proposals at Golf Course Hotel in 2013
Honour Your Vote Continues
Copy of the CCEDU Electoral Commision and Constitutional Ammendment Bills 2014
CCEEDU mets with the Committee of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to share the content of the model bills around reforming the Electoral Commission 19th February 2014 CCEDU
The CCEDU team pose for a photo after a meeting with visit of the European Union Ambassador to Uganda, Kristian Schmidt Democracy House
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Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI)
Electoral Commission of Uganda (EC)
Democratic Governance Facility (DGF)
Uganda Governance Monitoring Platform (UGMP)
The Parliament of Uganda