Global Network on Electoral Justice brings together specialists to discuss challenges of contemporary democracies

The Network’s meetings allow participants to share experiences, best practices and important work about the subject, besides contributing to the implementation of strategies to solve common problems.
Law
27 November 2019
Global Network on Electoral Justice brings together specialists to discuss challenges of contemporary democracies

The FGV´s Rio de Janeiro Law School recently attended a meeting of the Global Network on Electoral Justice, represented by the coordinator of its Center for Justice and Society (CJUS), Professor Michael Mohallem. The aim of the event, held between November 6 and 8 in Mexico, was to create a network to pursue a global agenda for electoral justice regarding constitutional law and the rule of law.

The Network is a response to the challenges faced by constitutional and electoral courts in contemporary democracies. The goal is to offer a forum for reflection on the main regulatory, theoretical and practical dilemmas experienced by authorities responsible for upholding electoral justice and the rule of law.

The Network’s meetings allow participants to share experiences, best practices and important work about the subject, besides contributing to the implementation of strategies to solve common problems.