Under the joint approach by NIMD and AWEPA, in support of political parties and the parliament of Benin, a first official meeting of the new programme’s Steering Committee was held in Cotonou on 6th-8th February 2013.
An evening about the revolution, democracy and development in Tunisia. On March 6 2013, exactly 500 days after the first free elections in 2011, it's time for a follow up: what has the Arab Spring brought to Tunisia?
The Tunisian School of Politics (TSoP) is a joint initiative of the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD), Demo Finland, the Bulgarian School of Politics and the Centre of Mediterranean and International Studies (CEMI).
Members of the Technical Assistance Commission of the Congress, chaired by delegate Jairo Flores, conducted a meeting with members of the international community to present the work that has been done in the year 2012.
Ten students of the Tunisian School of Politics (TSoP) have been coupled with Dutch youth politicians to share ideas and best practices on party politics and social justice policy. On invitation of the NIMD, the group of Tunisian politicians visited the Netherlands in the week of 7-13 January. In co
Whilst the political scene is getting more tense in the run up to the discussion of several highly controversial law proposals, the Centre for Mediterranean and International Studies (CEMI) and NIMD organized a conflict mediation training for political parties, 15-16 December in Tunisia.
After positive explorative visits and discussions with the South Sudanese political parties throughout 2012, NIMD organised a first multi-party activity with the parliamentary political parties in South Sudan on 27-28 November 2012.