Report Launch: Asian Electoral Review: Advancing Electoral Democracy through Electoral Reforms

With more than 50 countries and territories holding elections this year, 2024 has been dubbed as the year of elections. While the steady decline in rights and freedoms around the world threaten democracies, many people still want to live in democratic states.

In this light, the Asian Network for Free Elections (ANFREL) is launching the Asian Electoral Review (AER) which seeks to better understand the electoral landscape in 15 countries in Asia and offers insights and recommendations to counter issues and challenges and further consolidate efforts to uphold and protect electoral democracy through electoral reforms.

There will be an in-person public report launch and panel discussion on 25 January 2024, 10:30 a.m. at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT). ANFREL invited the following speakers for the launch:

Brizza Rosales, Program Manager at the Asian Network for Free Elections
Omar Nunarnan and Krit Seangsurin, We Watch (Thailand)
Salahudin Safdar, FAFEN (Pakistan)
Khoirunnisa Nur Agustyati, PERLUDEM (Indonesia)

This event is open to the public. Registration starts at 10 a.m. will also be streamed live via ANFREL’s Facebook Page. For more information, please contact John Reiner Antiquerra, ANFREL senior program officer for outreach and communication, at


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