Delian is a proud signatory to the United Nations Global Compact and its Code of Conduct.

The Delian Project routinely works closely with Global Affairs Canada, including on various development funded democracy projects.

In 2005, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) came into effect, making Ontario the first province in Canada to enact such ground-breaking legislation. Delian is pleased to adhere to the AODA guidelines through its support to voters with disabilities.

The primary federal laws in Canada which protect people with disabilities from discrimination include the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Human Rights Act. Delian subscribes to Section 15 of the Charter with an emphasis on technology to enable persons with disabilities to vote independently and without assistance.

One of the primary electoral education organizations in the United Kingdom, Delian and ICPS have collaborated since 2019 in support of election related training and courses.

The International Foundation of Electoral Systems is a leading election support organization based in the United States of America. The Chair of Delian's Advisory Board is a past president of IFES.

Founded after the Cold War by several European election commissions, the ACEEEO supports democratic initiatives for its member states in Eastern Europe. Delian's Advisory Board Chairperson is a lifetime ACEEEO honorary member.


Delian has been a supporter of the Association of Caribbean Electoral Organizations since 2013.

The University of West Indies is one of the largest post-secondary academic institutions in the Caribbean.

Housed within the London School of Economics in the United Kingdom, the Electoral Psychology Observatory is supported through the European Research Council.

The premier electoral assistance entity in Sub-Saharan Africa, EISA enabled the very first Delian sponsored election technology research pilot.

Delian has worked with several interns from HUMBER College's International Development Program.


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