CEPPS works with cross-border networks of young political and civic leaders, political parties, civil society organizations (CSOs), government officials, and election management bodies to develop and expand capacity to engage in civic and political participation, government oversight and transparency, and election administration.
Through the European Democracy Youth Network (EDYN), CEPPS supports young leaders from political parties and civil society by providing professional development and skill-building, encouraging the exchange of best practices and experience across borders, leveraging local youth networks in member-driven initiatives, and advocating for the inclusion of youth voices in the policy development processes at the local, national, and international level.
CEPPS supports political and civic actors, including political parties, election administration bodies, and election monitoring organizations (EMOs) in their efforts to identify, monitor, and expose disinformation and combat anti-democratic influences on electoral and legislative processes.
CEPPS works to improve election administration capacity to deliver genuine elections despite increasing cybersecurity and information integrity risks by equipping election authorities with the skills to respond to malign interference in elections, building CSO capacity to detect and advocate for inclusive and transparent elections and supporting electoral justice systems to promote effective arbitration of electoral processes.
CEPPS Key Achievements in Georgia:
CEPPS equips the next generation of leaders to safeguard democracy in the REAPPS regions:
CEPPS strengthens the REAPPS region’s electoral framework against modern threats: