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The links listed below are designed to tie to national and regional standards for civics, social studies, history, mathematics, language arts and citizenship education. This list is not all inclusive; we will continue to update the list and eliminate any links that close, are found to be unfactual or deceptive. The links included are those generally considered most relevant to the topic and worthwhile for their content and services. We urge you to explore these resources for their information, ideas, and services. Please suggest other resources you think we should list here. Notify us if you think a resource listed here has become deceptive or unfactual.

Link Elections Around The World
  Database with results from elections around the world. Also provides vital statistics for many nations.
Link Elections and Electoral Systems Around the World
  Provides links to a variety of electoral and election result pages.
Link Political Database of the Americas
  The PDBA offers centralized and systematized information about institutions and political processes, national constitutions, branches of government, elections, political constitutional studies and other subjects related to the strengthening of democracy in the region.
Link The Journal of Democracy
  The Journal of Democracy has an Election Watch
Link Our Vote, Our Voice
  Peer training about elections by people with learning difficulties.
Link Idea Generators
  These tools give citizens a method for collectively identifying critical issues and sharing possible ways of addressing them. They provide extensive background information on the issues in addition to soliciting public opinions.
Link National Mock Election Game
  Play the game "The Road to the Capitol," which simulates a presidential candidate's campaign from start to finish.
Link Youth Noise
  Youth Noise is an online community for youth social and political activism, with opportunities to learn, share ideas and take action.
Link Youth Media Exchange
  This site allows youth to upload videos and other media related to global issues. Users can react to uploaded media with ratings and comments and can also post media as a response.
Link HeadsUp
  HeadsUp is an innovative website where under-18s and parliamentarians debate the issues of the day.  The site is a non-partisan, cross-party educational resource that provides a secure, structured and student-centered discussion platform.
Link Hands Up! - exploring decision-making and action in our place
  Hands up! – Exploring decision making and action in our place – is a series of hands-on activities for primary and intermediate students working at levels 1 to 4 which explores identity, groups, decision-making, political structures and social action. The Hands up! teacher resource includes a conceptual overview, background information for teachers and students, activity materials and assessment suggestions. While Hands up! is designed as a complete unit, its activities will work standalone or as part of another unit with a related focus. Hands up! will adapt easily for use at higher levels.  
Link Elect! - running elections for learning
  Elect! helps schools (or anyone else) run authentic elections and referendums. It can be used in its entirety as a significant study unit, “cherrypicked”, focused or scaled to suit any learning, administrative or electoral context. After a comprehensive introduction for teachers, modules cover: the role of elections; franchise; electoral systems and electorates; running elections and election day; the roles of parties, candidates, lobby groups and the news media; counting and analysing votes; getting the elected body to work or decision implemented.
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