13th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF THE ELECTORAL MANAGEMENT BODIES
New technologies in elections: public trust and challenges for electoral management bodies
14 – 15 April 2016
“One of the essential challenges of any electoral management body is how to raise public trust in using new technologies in electoral processes. The key to manage this process is essential to any electoral authority in organizing free and fair elections.
The aim of this year conference is to share best practices and to underline the legal aspects of the conference topic – New technologies in elections: public trust and challenges for electoral management bodies.
The Permanent Electoral Authority is honoured to host the 13th European Conference of the Electoral Management Bodies in Bucharest, between 14 and 15 of April 2016.
Looking forward to welcoming you all in Romania!”
Ana Maria Pătru
President of the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania
Venue: Parliament House – Nicolae Iorga Conference Room
Conference information and registration link: http://www.venice.coe.int/WebForms/pages/default.aspx?p=04_13th_EMB_conference
Press release on international events on New Technologies and Elections, organised in Romania by the Venice Commission in co-operation with the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania Bucharest, 12-15 April 2016
Contact person on behalf of the Permanent Electoral Authority: Ms Luiza NEDELCU, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact person of the Venice Commission: Mr Gaël MARTIN-MICALLEF, e-mail: Gael.MARTIN-MICALLEF@coe.int
Visa for Romania: http://evisa.mae.ro/home
Note: The Conference will be preceded, on 12-13 April 2016, by a scientific event also co-organised by the Venice Commission and the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania. The topic of the event is “1st Scientific Electoral Expert Debate – Electoral Law and New Technologies: Legal Challenges”. This will be the first of a series of events to be followed by a special edition of the Electoral Expert review, managed by the Permanent Electoral Authority of Romania.