Maley photoMichael Maley is one of the ACT Co-Convenors of the Electoral Regulation Research Network, and a member of the Editorial Board of the Election Law Journal. Having undertaken postgraduate study in political science and statistics, he spent more than 30 years as an election administrator before retiring in November 2012 from the position of Special Adviser, Electoral Reform and International Services, Australian Electoral Commission (AEC). He was personally involved with the design of the current Senate electoral system, and has also done extensive work internationally: managing the AEC’s overseas programs for the better part of 20 years; serving with UN missions in Namibia, Cambodia, South Africa and Timor-Leste; taking part in UN survey and needs assessment missions in Western Sahara, Eastern Slavonia and Lesotho; and working at UN Headquarters, and for the Commonwealth Secretariat, International IDEA, and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES).

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Senate Electoral Reform

The 2017 Australian Marriage Law Postal Plebisurvey