Association for Democratic Reforms (India)About: Our goal is to improve governance and strengthen democracy by continuous work in the area of Electoral and Political Reforms. The ambit and scope of work in this field is enormous, Hence, ADR has chosen to concentrate its efforts in the following areas pertaining to the political system of the country:
Corruption and criminalization in the political process.
Empowerment of the electorate through greater dissemination of information relating to the candidates and the parties, for a better and informed choice.
Need for greater accountability of Political Parties.
Need for inner-party democracy and transparency in party-functioning.
Centre to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4 Centre) (Malaysia)About:
Vision: Good and clean governance in Malaysia.
Mission: Foster open government policies at national, state and local levels, primarily through public sector reform, and enhanced citizenship governance
Goals: To promote open government policies at all government levels.
To monitor compliance of the UNCAC and other public international obligations to help fight corruption.
To strengthen citizen participation in both the urban and rural areas to fight corruption.
To expose, name and shame corrupt wrongdoers and ensure adequate justice through the legal system.
Hong Kong Democratic FoundationAbout: We are a not-for-profit think tank on public policy issues, including the democratic development of Hong Kong under the One Country, Two Systems framework and The Basic Law.
The Hong Kong Democratic Foundation promotes dialogue among stakeholders, experts, and those keenly interested in the development of Hong Kong and China.
Phone: +852 3104-2767
Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs (Malaysia)About: “Our mission at IDEAS is to improve the level of understanding and acceptance of public policies based on the principles of rule of law, limited government, free markets and free individuals. Our work is independent of vested interests and partisan influences. We have also expanded our work into new areas focussing on our three overarching missions – advancing a competitive economy, ensuring trust in institutions and promoting an inclusive Malaysia. We act as an intellectual centre creating space for cross partisan principles-centric and results-oriented dialogue.”
Phone: +603 – 2070 8881 / 8882
Israel Democracy InstituteAbout: The Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) is an independent center of research and action dedicated to strengthening the foundations of Israeli democracy.
IDI works to bolster the values and institutions of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state. A non-partisan think-and-do tank, the institute harnesses rigorous applied research to educate decision makers and help shape policy, legislation and public opinion
Pakistan Institute for Legislative Development and Transparency (Pakistan)About: PILDAT is an independent, non-partisan and not-for-profit indigenous think tank focussed on political and public policy research and legislative strengthening. As an indigenous institution, Its mission is to strengthen democracy and democratic institutions in Pakistan.
Taiwan Foundation for DemocracyAbout: The Foundation was established with an inter-related, two-tracked mission in mind. Domestically, the TFD strives to play a positive role in consolidating Taiwan's democracy and fortifying its commitment to human rights; internationally, the Foundation hopes to become a strong link in the world's democratic network, joining forces with related organizations around the world. Through the years, Taiwan has received valuable long-term assistance and stalwart support from the international community, and it is now time to repay that community for all of its efforts.