An independent academic study founded in 2012, the Electoral Integrity Project addresses three questions:
- When do elections meet international standards of electoral integrity?
- What happens when elections fail to do so?
- And what can be done to mitigate these problems?
Under the direction of Professor Pippa Norris and the distinguished International Advisory Board, the Electoral Integrity Project produces innovative and policy-relevant research comparing elections worldwide. The research team is based at the University of Sydney and Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Pre-APSA Workshop “Building Better Elections: New Challenges in Electoral Management” Aug 29 , Boston, USA. Invitin… https://t.co/D1sv7YxnlM
REMINDER -Call for Papers: ECPR General Conference, 'Democracies at Risk' stream held in Hamburg, Germany. Paper... https://t.co/VeSqiwLdVa
REMINDER -Call for Papers: ECPR General Conference, 'Democracies at Risk' stream held in Hamburg, Germany. Paper de… https://t.co/vr02aQpGNH
Countering Hate Speech in Elections: Strategies for Electoral Management Bodies, authored by Vasu Mohan and Catheri… https://t.co/zwyNxTvDVK