Sean Dunne, The Carter Center

“The Conflict of Elections”

Thursday, October 29th,  7:00-7:30 pm Mountain Time

 

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Sean Dunne will discuss the conflict-driven nature of elections and their impact on domestic and international stability.

Sean Dunne is an international expert in elections with over 20 years of experience in elections and democratic stabilization. His experience includes designing and managing international election assistance and observation programs; geopolitical, political-economic and security risk analysis; and, the adoption and regulation of technology in and around elections. He holds Masters’ degrees in both Law and Politics, and a Bachelor’s degree in software engineering. He is currently serving as the Country Representative and Mission Director for The Carter Center in Burma, heading an international election observation mission for the country’s upcoming November elections. He has previously worked around the world in North and South America, the Middle East, Central Asia, Africa, South East Asia and the South Pacific. In that time, he has worked and consulted for the United Nations, European Union, international NGOs, government agencies and the private sector.