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Outside Professional Activities For Pippa Norris

2013.OSCE/ODIHR lead editor (with Mona Lena Krook)Handbook on Measures Promoting Womens Political Participation.

2013. UNWomen- Beijing. Workshop facilitator on Women's Participation in Elected Office, Asia-Pacific. January 2013.

2012. UNDP Asia-Pacific. Gender Equality in Elected Office in AsiaPacific: Six Actions to Expand Womens Empowerment. http://www.snap-undp.org/elibrary/Publication.aspx?id=695

2012. International Foundation on Electoral Systems (IFES). Electoral fraud paneltalk on electoral integrity, Washington DC 30 May 2012

2012 UNDP Asia-Pacific Facilitatorand presenter, workshop on gender equality, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 1-5thApril.

2011. OSCE consultant for a report Gender equality in elected office: A Six-Step Action Plan. (with Mona Lena Krook). Baseline study forthe OSCE/ODIHR. http://www.osce.org/odihr/78432

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