• CCEDU MEMBERSHIP MEETING
    CCEDU MEMBERSHIP MEETING

    Former Police Spokesperson Mr Emilian Kayima arrives at the Democracy House in Nsambya for the CCEDU membership meeting on 10th December 2017.

  • CCEDU PARTNERSHIPS
    CCEDU PARTNERSHIPS

    The EC Chairperson Justice Byabakama (4th Left), Dr Livingstone Sewanyana (3rd Left) and other CCEDU members at the EC Offices in Kampala following a meeting to strengthen the working relationship between the two organisations.

  • Elections
    Elections

    A Uganda Electoral Commision official puts an elderly lady's thumb on the BVV machine during a by-election in Kaboong.

  • Vote counting
    Vote counting

    Increased transparency, integrity and democratic participation in Uganda’s electoral process

  • Electoral Reforms Campaign
    Electoral Reforms Campaign

    Hon Ken Lukyamuzi (standing) waves to the congregation during the public dialogue on electoral Reforms at the Lord Mayor's parlour on 14th March 2019.

News Highligts

Statement on the NRM Party Primaries

“NRM primary elections chaotic, lack clear voters’ registers’ at 99% polling stations” CCEDU deploy... Read more

Standard Operating Procedures were ignored in PWD and Youth Elections

CCEDU relied on a total of 10,029 members to mobilize the electorate to participate in the Special I... Read more

NOTICE OF THE CITIZENS’ COALITION FOR ELECTORAL DEMOCRACY IN UGANDA 2020 ANNUAL …

  NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the Annual GENRAL MEETING (AGM)of the Citizens’ Coalition For El... Read more

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

CCEDU is seeking a National Coordinator (Chief Executive Officer). The National Coordinator will be ... Read more

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    This project was aimed at creating a platform for citizens to interface with their prospective leadership. The local debates were intended to provide a unique opportunity for ordinary citizens to put political aspirants on the spot about issues that they articulated in their manifestos. These were held at district and constituency levels.


    The citizens' were allowed the opportunity to relate to the extent to which the political aspirants understood and were addressing their societal concerns in their leadership agenda

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    These debates were also a platform for dissemination of the citizens Manifesto and were hosted in local communities across the country in partnership with CCEDU partner Organisations.

    Who We are !!!

    Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda (CCEDU)
    is a broad coalition that brings together over 800
    like-minded civil society organizations
    and
    over eight thousand individuals to advocate for
    electoral democracy in Uganda.

    The overriding agenda of this coalition is to advocate
    and promote integrity, transparency and active
    citizen participation in Uganda’s
    electoral process.

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