Disability and Elections

Short quiz to test knowledge regarding disability and elections!
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What are some of the barriers faced by voters with disabilities during the pre-electoral period?

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True or false: The electoral cycle provides a way to analyze and develop assistance strategies that support more open, inclusive and credible election processes. The electoral cycle is comprised of three overlapping periods.

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Potential barriers that persons with disabilities may face on Election Day include all of the following EXCEPT:

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What is a "pre-election technical assessment"?

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Assistive tools help persons with disabilities to complete tasks, such as voting. There are several types of assistive tools that can make the electoral process more accessible. Which of the following is NOT encouraged as an assistive tool?

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During the post-election period (after Election Day), what disability-related activities should be conducted?

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True or false: It is required that election management bodies produce voter education materials in accessible formats in every country.

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The pre-electoral period (before Election Day) focuses on preparations for an election. Which of the following is NOT an activity that an election management body (EMB) can conduct to support disability inclusion during this period?

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True or false: There is a lot of reliable national data about the inclusion of persons with disabilities in the electoral process.

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Which of the following are characteristics of inclusive election laws?

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