Austria,European Union,General

Panel discussion about social media monitoring in Austria

21 Oct , 2019  

Vienna, 21 October 2019

What is the impact of social media on civil society at large, and elections in particular? Should we monitor this, and if yes, how?

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European Union,General

Interview with the EU Reporter

29 May , 2019  

Following the press conference, Michael Lidauer from Election-Watch.EU was interviewed by the EU Reporter. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlrLHdWG1Dg

General

Vienna Center for Electoral Research invites Election-Watch.EU (wahlbeobachtung.org) to discuss its electoral reform proposals

18 Jan , 2019  

At the invitation of the head of the Institute for Political Science of the University of Vienna, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Müller, Election-Watch.EU (wahlbeobachtung.org) presented and discussed its work and electoral reform proposals at the Vienna Center for Electoral Research (VieCER) on 17 January 2019. The lecture included explanations on the methodology of wahlbeobachtung.org (Election-Watch.EU), interim results of the advocacy for participatory electoral reforms in Austria as well as plans for education for young voters and observation of the 2019 European elections.

The research center ‘Vienna Center for Electoral Research’ (VieCER) was established in September 2017 as a sub-unit of the Faculty of Social Sciences. VieCER is headed by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Müller (Department of Government). Univ.-Prof. Sylvia Kritzinger (Department of Government) and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hajo Boomgaarden (Department of Communication) are the deputy heads of VieCER. Researchers of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics are also involved in the Center.

General

Wahlbeobachtung.org (Election-Watch.EU) will be successively translated into English

25 Mar , 2018  

Welcome. This is the first translated post on this website.

General,International

Handbook on the Follow-up of Electoral Recommendations

6 Nov , 2016  

The OSCE Office for Human Rights and Democratic Institutions publishes a handbook on the follow-up of election recommendations.

https://www.osce.org/odihr/elections/244941