This is a central point for all information relating to the Electoral Security module.

The objectives of the Electoral Security module are:

  • To explore the role of security as an integral element of elections.
  • To appreciate that threats or hostile action against electoral personnel and processes can serve to undermine the goals of democratic elections, and affect election outcomes and the political composition of legislature.
  • To explore the role of security in procurement, establishment, training and deployment of personnel and assets.
  • To explore the issues associated with information security.
  • To explore the role of military and police working with election management bodies.
  • To practice drafting assessments of threat and risk.
  • To develop an election security plan.


Click [here] for a synopsis of the Electoral Security module.

Facilitator Only Access

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Primary Curriculum Files

The primary curriculum files for this module include documents for the Facilitators Handbook (OHPs, HOs, FRs) and the Participants Handbook (PNs) as well as PPT and AV documents where relevant.

Key Understandings & Learning Outcomes

The Key Understandings document outlines all the key understandings, learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this module.

Agenda Library

The agenda library includes the sample agendas listed in the Facilitators Notes as well as real agendas from Electoral Security module workshops that have been run around the world, submitted by BRIDGE facilitators.


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