Inspire Democracy: Get Involved in the 2019 Federal Election

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Date(s) - 18/07/2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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CHHA National is hosting its third webinar on July 18, 2019, 2019 featuring Juan Melara-Pineda

Title: Inspire Democracy: Get Involved in the 2019 Federal Election
Date: Thursday, July 18, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Registration Page: To register, please fill-in a Registration Form

A Federal Election is being planned for Autumn 2019. Elections Canada is recruiting and you can be involved and even work on the election. Elections Canada has launched an initiative to better inform electors, about voting, and the different ways to take part in the democratic process for the next federal election.

Elections Canada will hire over 280,000 people to make sure the next general election runs smoothly. Working at an election is an opportunity to play an important role in the democratic process. The fixed date for the next federal election is on October 21, 2019. This webinar will explain more on the federal election, how you can participate and how you can apply to work at the election

Juan Melara-Pineda holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Ottawa and has worked in electoral Juan Melara-Pinedaadministration since 2013. His doctoral thesis focused on political participation of ethnic minorities. As part of his outreach and consultation work with Elections Canada, Juan seeks to build partnerships with community organizations interested in civic engagement and accessibility, in view of promoting an accessible and inclusive electoral framework that Canadians trust and use.

Register now and join us as we learn more about how you can participate and get the most for you from our federal elections system during the 2019 election.

A quick summary about Juan Melara-Pineda

Juan Melara-Pineda holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Ottawa and has worked in electoral administration since 2013. His thesis focused on political participation of ethnic minorities. As part of his outreach and consultation work with Elections Canada, Juan seeks to build partnerships with community organizations interested civic engagement and accessibility, in view of promoting an accessible and inclusive electoral framework that Canadians trust and use.