The Carter Center Blog

Critical Nepal Election to End Stalemate, Promote Stability | Q&A with David Pottie

Carter Center expert David Pottie explains the importance of Nepal’s upcoming election and the role of Carter Center observers.

Update from the field: Nepal Teams Monitor Voter Registration

Watch the Carter Center’s Far Western Region team observing voter registration for upcoming national and local elections in Nepal and discussing their work. Since 2009, The Carter Center has monitored and reported on issues related to Nepal’s peace process. The Center’s long-term observers are deployed throughout the country and often travel to remote communities to gain an understanding of local perspectives.

Carter Center Long-Term Impact in Nepal Rooted in Local Encounters

Author: Ben Dunant, Carter Center observer in Nepal. Since 2009, The Carter Center has monitored and reported on topics related to Nepal’s peace process. The Center’s long-term observers often travel to remote communities to gain an understanding of citizen perspectives, and they are currently reporting on local governance issues.

The Carter Center in Nepal: A Long-Term Observer Reflects on Challenges, Progress

Carter Center observer Antonia Staats was stationed in Nepal from June-December 2009 to observe the constitution-drafting process following historic elections monitored by The Carter Center in 2008.  She talks about the challenges and rewards of being an observer:

The project in Nepal is special both in its length and the freedom we observers have to look at a variety of …