During the next week in Struga, Sveti Nikole and Kumanovo will be organized presentations of the Report on the Demographic Effects on Civic Engagement in public life and Voter Education, which are aimed at NGOs for women, local councilors and people with disabilities.
The report is part of the project “Support to Electoral Reforms in North Macedonia”.
This Report is the result of rigorous evidence-based research that provides unique data on respondents and insights into the priorities, limitations and response to motivational stimuli of 13 demographic profiles of voters. The report contains comprehensive recommendations for each analyzed profile regarding the modalities of civic education, raising awareness of the importance of the election process, the choice of media, tools and channels of communication and type of messages. Stakeholders involved in civic education and voter education can use the findings and recommendations of the Report, which are intended to help strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency of voter and citizen education campaigns, as well as to provide alternative modalities for increased voter engagement.
The main goal of the project is to support democratic electoral processes that facilitate political participation and social integration, enabling voters to freely elect their representatives and hold them accountable.
The events will be organized according to the current government protocols for protection against Covid-19.