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The UN states on its website that, 'Civil society is the third pillar of governance along with the government, and the private sector.'
The future of The Bahamas will depend on whether or not civil society takes its rightful place at the table with the Government and the Private Sector to participate in the governance of the country.
We are involved in several projects that will help strengthen civil society and bring us closer to this vision.
We are advocating for electoral reform - An independent Boundaries Commission, Accompanying enumeration of voters, Campaign Finance Reform and Member of Parliament Recall.
Step 2 of self-regulation will involve creating an information service where participating Civil Society Organisations will be encouraged to publish a set of data that is relevant to accountability and transparency.
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