Women in Elections – Online Portal (WIE)

The ‘Women in Elections (WiE)’ project collects and provides information on women inclusion into the political and electoral process in Pakistan. It establishes a portal, which hosts information on multifarious phases of women participation and struggle in politics. The unique features of the portal allow information from far-reaching and credible sources on women in leadership and on the ladder of success, while focusing on women political rights. It also includes information about the steps taken by the government of Pakistan to promote women inclusion into the political mainstream. In addition, it hosts resources, including laws and rules, about women political participation across SAARC countries, so as to facilitate and enrich the debate on good practices across countries and whether some of those could be replicated in Pakistan.

TitleDetails
Project TitleWomen in Elections – Online Portal
Supported ByIFES, Global Affairs Canada
DurationMarch 2020 - May 2021
ObjectivesThe objectives of the projects are as below
• To create an online repository of civic and political Information for women; and
• To highlight women participation in the political process

Geographic FocusOnline
Target Groups and beneficiariesWomen (including women with disabilities, women from religious minorities, transgender)
DescriptionThe ‘Women in Elections (WiE)’ project collects and provides information on women inclusion into the political and electoral process in Pakistan. It establishes a portal, which hosts information on multifarious phases of women participation and struggle in politics. The unique features of the portal allow information from far-reaching and credible sources on women in leadership and on the ladder of success, while focusing on women political rights. It also includes information about the steps taken by the government of Pakistan to promote women inclusion into political mainstream. In addition, it hosts resources, including laws and rules, about women political participation across SAARC countries, so as to facilitate and enrich debate on good practices across countries and whether some of those could be replicated in Pakistan.