This publication is a compilation of findings and crosscutting issues in the ‘country situation reports’ from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka were commissioned by South Asians for Human Rights (SAHR) as part of a project on minorities and inclusive electoral processes in South Asia.

The overall objective of this publication is to throw light on the challenges faced in ensuring that electoral processes in South Asia meaningfully include disadvantaged and hitherto excluded communities and social groups such as internally displaced persons, persons with disabilities and migrant workers.

Full report can be accessed here.