CEPPS works with political parties, government officials, civil society organizations (CSOs), the media, and the Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) to support political dialogue, and increase transparency, inclusivity and peaceful participation in electoral processes.
CEPPS supports political parties, civil society and government institutions to engage in multi-stakeholder dialogue, encourage peaceful citizen engagement in the electoral process, and bridge divides between government officials and citizens once elected through capacity building activities with local elected officials and members of parliament. Through non-partisan domestic election observation, we support enhanced credibility and accountability in electoral processes.
CEPPS has worked with political parties since 2008 to establish, promote, and monitor adherence to a code of conduct for peaceful elections, seeking to promote inter-party political dialogue at all levels and encourage constructive citizen engagement in electoral processes.
CEPPS provides technical assistance to the CENI, civil society partners, and government institutions like the Constitutional Court to promote professional and credible elections.
Through work with journalists and radio networks, CEPPS supports media and civil society actors to engage in issue-oriented elections discourse, providing training and technical assistance to journalists to enhance their ability to use objective, conflict-sensitive reporting techniques and engage citizens in public debate.
CEPPS Key Achievements in Guinea:
CEPPS supports civil society and political parties to monitor and advocate for peaceful, transparent elections in Guinea:
CEPPS promotes issue-based political discourse and dialogue between key stakeholders in electoral processes:
CEPPS increases the inclusion of women, youth, people with disabilities, and marginalized groups in Guinea’s political process: