ACE the electoral knowledge network

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The ACE Electoral Knowledge Network is your portal to the world of elections.  The ACE network promotes credible, and transparent electoral processes with emphasis on sustainability, professionalism and trust in the electoral process. ACE offers a wide range of services related to electoral knowledge, assistance and capacity development. The network comprises of a global, thematic component (the ACE Practitioners’ Network) and a regional component (the ACE Regional Electoral Resource Centres) … (about 1/2).

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About 2/2: … The ACE website is an online knowledge repository that provides comprehensive information and customised advice on electoral processes.

The website  contains  in-depth articles, global statistics and data, an Encyclopaedia of Elections, information on electoral assistance, observation and professional development, region- and country-specific resources, daily electoral news, an election calendar, quizzes, expert networks  and much, much more. The ACE website is freely accessible to all and the number of visitors is constantly growing – as of January 2010 the website has more than 1,2 million unique visitors per year.

ACE was established in 1998 as the ACE (Administration and Cost of Elections) Project by IDEA, IFES and UNDESA. In 2006 the name was changed to the ACE Electoral Knowledge Network (with the letters ACE no longer standing for Administration and Cost of Elections). ACE is a collaborative effort between nine organisations: IDEA, EISA, Elections Canada, the Federal Electoral Institute of Mexico (IFE), IFES, UNDESA, UNDP and the UNEAD. The European Commission is an ex-officio member.

Find out more about the ACE Electoral Knowledge Network by using the navigational bar on the left-hand side. Questions and comments can be addressed to the ACE Secretariat.

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