E-Voting workshop 2009
The international workshop on 'e-voting from abroad: demands, doables, dreams' was held on 18 and 19 May 2009 in Vienna (Austria) - followed by an informal international observation of the i-voting of the elections of the Austrian Federation of Students in Vienna.
The aim of the workshop was to exchange experiences with and plans for e-voting from abroad amongst international experts in e-voting. Lessons learnt from and possible standard-setting for observation of e-voting were also addressed.
Representatives of election-related authorities, international organisations, academia, implementing enterprises, expatriates organisations and independent experts (ref. list of participants) shared their knowledge and experiences regarding e-voting by presenting and discussing the lessons learnt by focusing on e-voting from abroad at national, regional and European levels.
Please find here the Chair's summary.
Presentations held at the workshop can be downloaded here:
Government of Catalonia: I-Voting for Catalans living abroad
Estonia: Internet Voting in Estonia
Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development: E-Vote 2011 Project Presentation Voting from Abroad
Confédération Suisse: Internet Voting & Swiss Abroad
Republic and State of Geneva: Internet Voting for Expats
Republic and State of Neuchâtel: E-Government and Electronic Vote
AFE: E-Voting for the Assemblée des Francais de l´Éntranger
AFE: Remote E-Voting for the 2009 elections
UK Electoral Commission: Lessons from E-Voting in England 2000 - 2007
USA: Enfranchising Overseas and Military Voters
Scytl: Election of the Austrian Federation of Students
E-Voting.cc: Observing Threats to Voter´s Anonymity
As of 29.6.2009.