The purpose of the Electoral Violence Prevention Practice Database is to provide practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers with a searchable database of interventions which have been employed to prevent, manage, or mediate electoral violence. The database is a collaborative initiative by King’s College London and Creative Associates International (Creative).
The research for the database was conducted through the King’s College London Explaining and Mitigating Electoral Violence Project, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
Creative has developed tools and methodologies to profile both electoral conflict dynamics and those practices which prevent, manage, or mediate such conflict.
The database represents an on-line tool for the user to perform customized research in an expanded universe of such practices. In using the Electoral Violence Prevention Practice Database, the user can search interventions by Country, Election Year, Intervention Type, or Implementer. A map also offers the users to search by country. The intervention entries will be updated annually in order to provide the latest innovations for the user to review.
King’s College London
Explaining and Mitigating Electoral
Electoral Violence Project
Creative Associates International
Electoral Education and Integrity Practice Area