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An independent academic study, 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 Pippa Norris, the research team is based at the University of Sydney and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

Events

Call for papers: EIP Workshop, Aug 2017

More details and how to submit a paper proposal for this workshop.

United Nations panel, New York, Nov 2016 

Pippa Norris on strengthening electoral integrity at the United Nations in an event organized by international IDEA on 4 Nov 2016. Watch the video recording here.
Analysis  

New policy reports

 
 
 

Democratic Diffusion with the OAS

Building Professional Electoral Management with A-WEB

The Australian Voter Experience with the AEC

New books

The final volume for the trilogy by Pippa Norris for Cambridge University Press, "Strengthening Electoral Integrity", will be published in 2017.

In an era of push-back, this new book presents the pragmatic case for electoral assistance, including evidence of 'what works' in programs offered by the international community.

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