Conducting regional and international advocacy, and working with government including electoral commissions, national human rights institutions, parliaments and local government structures as well as with non-state actors like civil society organizations (CSOs).
OSIWA's geographic landscape encompasses countries with varied forms of governance. Some are in transition to democracy; in others democratic consolidation is fragile and in some there is routine practice of democratic governance. OSIWA will seek to address the diversity of transitions in the choice of its countries of focus.
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OSIWA 2010-2011 Annual ReportAnnual Report 2010-11, 1825KB
OSIWA 2009 Annual ReportAnnual Report 2009, 10274KB
OSIWA 2008 Annual ReportAnnual Report 2008, 7037KB