ECES has crafted and copyrighted its strategy called "A European Response to Electoral Cycle Support - EURECS", which is an innovative strategy that encompasses a practical implementation approach to electoral support and is based on the belief that electoral assistance should expand in two dimensions: time and space. This strategy has a long-term approach to elections based on support throughout all stages of the electoral cycle to move from ambition to reality. This is a broader and more integrated approach to stimulate ownership among political and electoral players and create opportunities for concrete results.
EURECS is implemented via specific methodologies and tools developed and copyrighted by ECES such as its Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), the Communication & Visibility Guidelines, the Electoral Political Economy Analyses (EPEA), the project approach to contribute to Preventing Electoral Conflicts and Violence (PEV), Electoral Security Threat Assessment (ESTA), the cascade training curriculum Leadership and Conflict Management Skills for Electoral Stakeholders (LEAD) and its latest copyright to date LEAD-Q.
Click here for the draft of the updated strategy "A European Response to Electoral Cycle Support - EURECS 2021"