Our site required the Adobe Flash Player. Download it Now



The Association of Caribbean Electoral Organizations (ACEO) was formally established as a Pan-Caribbean Association in 1998 to: “… promote co-operation and mutual assistance among electoral organizations in the Caribbean in the pursuit of democracy by processes that ensure free, fair and peaceful elections.”

At the Second General Assembly held in Kingston, Jamaica, among the project activities identified for 2002 was the establishment of an ACEO website; and, arising from the deliberations of the Fourth General Assembly held in Barbados in 2009, the Elections and Boundaries Commission of Trinidad and Tobago agreed to undertake responsibility for the website and for its maintenance. Thus, the website www.theaceo.com was created. It was launched at the Fifth General Assembly held in Trinidad and Tobago over the period 18th-19th November, 2010.

Caverta warnings


What’s New ACEO

ACEO Hosts Seventh AGM in Paramaribo
28th January 2014

The Association of Caribbean Electoral Organisations hosted its Seventh Annual General Meeting in Suriname January 17&18, 2014.  The two-day meeting saw robust discussions on a number of electoral matters affecting member states. Prim...

Learn More

E&BC contributes to constitutional reform
09th May 2013

The Government of Trinidad and Tobago recently launched a nationwide series of consultations on constitutional reform and the Elections and Boundaries Commission (E&BC) contributed to the process by outlining what it considers to be f...

Learn More

Upcoming Events

About the ACEO

Charter of The Association of Caribbean Electoral Organizations Download pdf here Annual General Meeting Reports: Third Annual General Meeting Fourth Annual General Meeting Fifth Annual General Meeting Caverta cheapest pills...

Learn More