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EPD is conceived as a “Community of practice“. That is, a group of organisations which work together because, by doing so, they can substantially improve the way they operate in the realm of democracy support. This notion does not only apply to EPD as a network and its institutional development, but also to all the actions and partnerships constructed under the EPD banner.

The following organisations are members of EPD and have signed the EPD statutes. All members take part in the General Assembly that governs the organisation and where seven members are elected to the EPD Board for a period of 2 years. From these 7 board members, a President, Vice-President and Treasurer are elected for the duration of the 2 year period.

CFI supports media development from Africa to Asia.
Club de Madrid
is composed of over 90 democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers who work on democratic leadership and governance, response to…
WFD works to establish legitimate multi-party democracy in developing countries through international cooperation.
NIMD works to promote peaceful, just and inclusive politics worldwide. NIMD is non-partisan and driven by democratic values.
ALDA brings together local authorities and civil society to turn their communities into better places to live in.
ECES delivers electoral cycle support inclusive of all electoral stakeholders.
Demo Finland
is a cooperative organisation of all the Finnish parliamentary parties supporting multiparty democracy in new and developing democracies.
People In Need
People in Need supports civil society activists in countries with repressive regimes.
The NHC supports activities related to conflict prevention, human rights protection, upholding of the rule of law, and the promotion…
provides Assistance, Expertise and Research to support Parliaments.
is a School of Freedom and Personal Responsibility, committed to the highest standards of excellence and integrated into a vast…
One World
innovates new media, mobile and web technologies for social good, active citizenship and development.
EESC aims to build civil society and promote democracy in Eastern Europe.
The Oslo Center
The Oslo Center is an independent, non-partisan democracy assistance center.
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