How do I become a BRIDGE facilitator and what is the process for accreditation?
September 3, 2009
September 3, 2009

In December 1999, a group of prominent electoral experts from around the world met in Canberra, Australia to discuss the potential structure and contentof a short capacity-building program for electoral administrators. They were asked to reflect on everything which, with the benefit of hindsight, they wished they had known when starting work on their first election. The knowledge they identified formed the basis for what has become the BRIDGE curriculum.

BRIDGE stands for Building Resources in Democracy, Governance and Elections.  It is a modular professional development program with a particular focus on electoral processes. BRIDGE represents a unique initiative where five leading organisations in the democracy and governance field have jointly committed to developing, implementing and maintaining the most comprehensive curriculum and workshop package available, designed to be used as a tool within a broader capacity development framework.

The five BRIDGE partners are the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC), International IDEA, International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Electoral Assistance Division (UNEAD).

To learn more about BRIDGE download a brochure (7 MB each) in your language:

Al-arabiyyah (Arabic), Francais (French), Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian)Russkiy yazyk (Russian), Espanol (Spanish) or English.


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