The Electoral Regulation Research Network
The Electoral Regulation Research Network (ERRN) fosters exchange and discussion amongst academics, electoral commissions and other interested groups on research relating to electoral regulation. The ERRN is jointly funded by the New South Wales Electoral Commission, the Victoria Electoral Commission, and Melbourne Law School.
- Research Projects
Learn about ERRN's current research projects.View
- The Electoral Regulation Research Network and Democratic Audit of Australia Working Paper Series
The ERRN and the Democratic Audit of Australia publishes this series of working papers to help foster discussion about all aspects of electoral regulation.View
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Video recording by Professor John KaneNews
Video recording by Professor Graeme OrrNews
This video presentation "Parliament at a time of virus" by Dr Stephen Mills builds upon an opinion piece '"Where no counsel is, the people fall": why parliaments should keep functioning during the coronavirus crisis' published in The Conversation.News
This video presentation "Government Accountability and Virtual Parliaments" by Professor Anne Twomey builds upon an opinion piece 'A virtual Australian parliament is possible – and may be needed – during the coronavirus pandemic' published in The Conversation.News
In Memoriam Professor Colin A Hughes: A Queensland perspective
* This is a transcript of a speech presented by Professor Graeme Orr at the 2017 ERRN Biennial Workshop held at the University of Western Australia Club in Perth in November 2017.News
New ERRN collaboration with the McDougall Trust
The ERRN has a new collaboration with the McDougall Trust, a UK-based independent charity promoting public understanding of electoral democracy.News
Lecture on Myanmar 2015 Elections now available online
Dr Anthony Ware on 'Monitoring and Analysis of Myanmar's 2015 Election Processes and Result': public lecture for the Electoral Regulation Research Network.News
New grants awarded under the ERRN Research Collaboration Initiative
The ERRN Governance Board has awarded grants to two projects.News
Expressions of interest for funding now open
ERRN Research Collaboration Initiative is now seeking expressions of interest for projects to be funded in 2016 - 2017.News
Past Event Recordings
If you missed one of the thought-provoking speakers at Melbourne Law School, you may still catch their presentation online.