Freedom From Discrimination in Voter Education
- All citizens received voter education regardless of their race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation or gender identity, property, birth, or other status
- Locations used for voter education were accessible in a nondiscriminatory manner
- Voter education materials facilitated voting by illiterate voters
- Discrimination must not be practiced based on race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity and expression, migrant, refugee, repatriate, stateless or internally displaced status, genetic trait, mental or physical health condition, including infectious contagious condition and debilitating psychological condition, or other status at any time.
- The state must perform both its "negative duty" to refrain from discrimination and its "positive duty" to prevent discrimination.
- All are equal before the law, and laws should be equally enforced.
- Everyone has the right of equal access to any place or service intended for public use.
- Measures should be taken to ensure that women understand their right to vote.
- Measures should be taken to ensure that persons with disabilities have adequate access to civil and voter education.
- Voter education should be accessible to all voters, including those with special needs.
- Voter education should facilitate the participation of illiterate voters. To this end, specific methods, such as the use of photographs and symbols, should be adopted.
- The state must perform both its "negative duty" to refrain from discrimination against women and its "positive duty" to prevent discrimination against women.