CEPPS works with civil society organizations (CSOs), political parties, government officials, the State Great Hural, and the General Election Commission to improve the engagement of youth, women, and traditionally marginalized groups in electoral and political processes and increase government accountability.
Through the use of civic education campaigns, democracy hackathons, and policy dialogues, CEPPS strives to achieve the overarching goal by ensuring that Mongolian citizens receive accessible and accurate voter and political information that will encourage them to hold their institutions accountable and increase representation in local and national politics. This ground-up, systematic approach ensures that we are leading sustainable, and inclusive change to improve citizens’ trust in government.
CEPPS Key Achievements in Mongolia:
CEPPS utilizes the Positive Youth Development (PYD) approach to increase the inclusion of youth and women in electoral and political processes.
CEPPS improves the integrity and availability of political information on youth and women priority issues.
CEPPS creatively engages the Mongolian public on voter education for informed electoral participation.