E-learning on how to write a monitoring report on elections
From 23 to 26 June 2014, the Council of Europe in partnership with the European Humanities University of Vilnius (Lithuania) held a four day E-learning course for 17 trainers from Eastern Partnership countries on the Council of Europe Handbooks for Civil Society Organisations: Reporting on Elections and International Standards in Elections.
The course was delivered via EHU's e-Learning platform and took place in Radisson Blu Astorija Hotel, Vilnius.
This pedagogical tool helps the participant meet the course's learning objectives through a self-paced study routine supported by multimedia, optional and required readings, discussion forums, and multiple choice tests.
Trainers were certified from CoE and EHU.
Election reports provide indicators on the degree of respect for human rights and the rule of law and are crucial for the further development of democracy.
- Existing Commitments for Democratic Elections in OSCE Participating States
- Venice Commission Code of Good Practice in Electoral Matters
- CoE Handbook Reporting on Elections
- CoE Handbook Using international standards
- Video: François Friederich, Coe Head of Electoral Assistance and Census Division, about the Vilnius event