Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA)
Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability
TDEA-FAFEN recommendations seek to maximize autonomy, transparency, accountability and efficiency of all electoral processes. Read more
Keeps an eye on public institutions to inform people about their performance and give them a sense of participation in how they are being governed. Read more
TDEA observes Parliament and all provincial assemblies to connect citizens with the elected representatives. Read more
Strengthening citizens’ voice for enhanced transparency, accountability and responsiveness of duty-bearers to improve literacy through better governance in education sector of Pakistan. Read more
Voice and Accountability
TDEA supports Free and Fair Election Network comprising more than 50 member organizations with a robust outreach all across Pakistan. Read more
About Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA)
The Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA) is a nonprofit organization, ensuring parliamentary and governance oversight, political, elections observation and electoral reforms in Pakistan since 2008. TDEA is promoting democracy and bridging gap between citizens and elected representatives through field work, applied research, advocacy, election observation, governance monitoring, electoral reforms, oversight of legislatures and access to quality education. Moreover, TDEA strives to strengthen public accountabilities by enhancing capability of citizens’ associations for the promotion of civil liberty, peace, improved governance and democracy in Pakistan.
The overall objective of the Trust for Democratic Education and Accountability (TDEA) is to educate people and civil societies about their democratic rights, responsibilities, the significance of engaging in all forms of democratic processes for strengthening democratic governance and to engage them in carrying out democratic accountability.