EU-UNDP Partnership

La Joint Task Force pour l’Assistance Électorale

En 2006, la Commission Européenne (CE) et UNDP signèrent les Directives d’assistance électorale pour renforcer et officialiser leur partenariat dans le domaine de l’assistance électorale.

Les Guidelines ont été mises à jour en 2008 puis ont été en 2016 officiellement signées conjointement par l’Administratrice du PNUD Helen Clark et le Commissaire européen à la Coopération internationale et au Développement Neven Mimica (voir ici la vidéo de la signature).

Les Guidelines définissent et fixent le cadre de coopération entre les deux organisations sur des questions clés telles que la formulation de projet, le recrutement, la visibilité, l’assistance technique et opérationnelle apportée aux projets en cours.

Les Guidelines établissent également la Joint Task Force sur l’assistance électorale (JTF), un mécanisme de coordination basé à Bruxelles, chargé de favoriser l’efficacité des projets d’assistance électorale et la conformité de ces derniers à l’approche stratégique commune de l’UE et du PNUD.

La JTF, composée d’experts du PNUD et de l’UE, a été élargie en 2016 pour inclure des représentants du Service Européen de l’Action Extérieure (SEAE), de la Division de l’assistance électorale du Département des Affaires politiques de l’ONU, ainsi que les responsables des bureaux pays des deux organisations.

La JTF fournit un appui aux projets joints d’assistance électorale en cours via de nombreuses activités. Elle organise des formations au début de chaque projet, travaille à l’amélioration de la visibilité des projets grâce à des sites internet et la publication de rapports mensuels, fournit un appui aux pays dans la rédaction de rapports, et enfin facilite la coopération entre le personnel des deux organisations sur le terrain.

Pour en savoir plus sur la JTF, veuillez consulter notre site web.

Publications JTF

ELECTORAL RESULTS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: CATALOGUE OF OPTIONS

The purpose is to increase the understanding of the different models and sub-models of results management systems and facilitate the selection of the most appropriate RMS option specific to the country context and also the one most likely to be accepted by stakeholders on the ground.

This is a guide to support electoral administrators and practitioners to evaluate RMS options, benefits and challenges.It offers a description of the main options of Result Management Systems (RMS). The various chapters aim to shed some light on the various models of results management systems currently in use, highlighting advantages and disadvantages of each.

DISPONIBLE EN AR EN

CONFERENCE ON REINFORCING THE CREDIBILITY AND ACCEPTANCE OF ELECTORAL PROCESSES: THE ROLE OF ELECTORAL STAKEHOLDERS AND ELECTION ADMINISTRATIONS

This publication is the Summary report of the discussion held at the conference titled ’Reinforcing the credibility and acceptance of electoral processes: The role of electoral stakeholders and electoral administrations’.

The aim of the conference was to expand discussion of electoral processes allowing for a more in-depth focus on the involvement and approach of the full range of stakeholders, including political parties and candidates, the media, domestic and international observers, civil society, electoral justice, other state institutions and the international community.

disponible en AR EN FR

THEMATIC WORKSHOP ON SUSTAINABILITY IN ELECTORAL ADMINISTRATION: ADEQUATE RESOURCING FOR CREDIBLE ELECTIONS

This report summarized the discussions and presentations held among the approximately 200 participants from 45 countries who attended the workshop on Sustainability in Electoral Administration and Processes in Maputo, Mozambique.

Both the discussions on the costs and funding of electoral processes and the related recommendations made by the participants may be of use for other EMBs as well as for electoral assistance practitioners.

DISPONIBLE EN AR EN FR PT

eLearnings EC-UNPD

Youth Participation in Electoral Processes

Youth Participation in Electoral Processes

This course is available in:

EN

Number of modules: 6

Certificate of Completion: YES

Download the related publication in:

EN

This online course offers a dynamic and interactive approach to the question of youth participation in electoral processes and constitutes an important knowledge tool for electoral management bodies (EMBs).

It aims to provide key understanding of the barriers youth are facing to participate and engage actively in political life of their countries.

The course discusses strategies and provides entry points for EMBs to overcome these obstacles and to make sure that all segments of the society are empowered to participate to electoral processes.

Finally, the eLearning sheds light on how these objectives can be linked to the indicators of SDGs, in particular Goal 16.

Electoral Results Management System

Electoral Results Management System

Get familiar with the different models of Result Management Systems and find out which one is more adapted to the needs of your country!

This course is available in:

AR EN

Number of modules: 5

Certificate of Completion: YES

Download the related publication in:

AR EN

This e-learning will provide you with a description of the various models and main options of Result Management Systems (RMS) currently in use, highlighting advantages and disadvantages of each.

This course is geared towards election administrators, practitioners and stakeholders.

The purpose is to increase the understanding of the different models and sub-models of results management systems and facilitate the selection of the most appropriate RMS option specific to the country context and also the one most likely to be accepted by stakeholders on the ground.

Reinforcing Credibility and Acceptance of Electoral Processes

Reinforcing Credibility and Acceptance of Electoral Processes

Find out the roles of electoral stakeholders and election administrations in ensuring credible and acceptable elections!

This course is available in:

AR EN FR

Number of modules: 6

Certificate of Completion: YES

Download the related publication in:

AR EN FR

This course intends to shed light of electoral processes, allowing for a more in-depth focus on the involvement and approach of the full range of stakeholders in electoral processes.

Political parties and candidates, the media, domestic and international observers, civil society, electoral justice, other state institutions and the international community, all of these are stakeholders whose impact and scope in electoral processes will be studied in these modules.

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