Partners Launch New ACE Electoral Knowledge Network

The ACE Electoral Knowledge Network ( — the next generation of the Administration and Cost of Elections Web site — is now live. With the launch of the Network, we make available new tools and resources for electoral practitioners around the world. The new Web site provides a ready environment for professionals to generate, share and apply knowledge on managing elections.

New features include:

  • An updated ACE Encyclopaedia that includes authoritative resources on electoral administration;
  • An interactive Comparative Data Section that allows you to compare data from different countries;
  • An online collection of Electoral Materials that includes reports, manuals and other hands-on materials from around the world that is searchable by region, document type or topic area;
  • An online newsletter (Elections Today) that provides the latest news on elections around the world;
  • Access to Regional and Country-level Resources; and
  • An Online Demonstration of several features that enable professionals to interact and build knowledge on elections administration.

Visit ACE today at . To receive additional information about the ACE Electoral Knowledge Network, please visit .

The ACE Electoral Knowledge Network is a joint effort of seven organizations involved in the electoral assistance profession, including: Elections Canada ( ): a non-partisan organization responsible for the conduct of federal elections, by-elections and referendums.

EISA ( ): a non-profit company based in Johannesburg, South Africa, that promotes credible elections and democratic governance in Africa.

Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) ( ): a public, independent institution responsible for organizing and conducting federal elections in Mexico.

IFES ( ): an international non-governmental organization that supports the building of democratic societies.

International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA) ( an intergovernmental organization that promotes sustainable democracy worldwide.

United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA) ( a body that organizes U.N. conferences on global policy issues and serves as the Secretariat to the Economic and Social Council.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ( The United Nation’s global development network, which advocates for change and connects countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life.


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