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Meeting with KPU Commissioner

January 28, 2016

On January 27, AGENDA had a meeting with Dr. Ferry Kurnia Rizkiyansyah, S.IP., M.Si, a Commissioner of the General Elections Commission of the Republic of Indonesia (KPU-RI) on Election Management Body Assessment Tools on Accessible Election. The meeting discussed AGENDA report finding on EMB Assessment Tool on Accessible Election that have been…

EMB Assessment Tool on Accessible Election

December 3, 2015

AGENDA and Indonesian EMB (KPU) have initiated an EMB Assessment Tool on Accessible Election. The tool is aiming to support KPU in ensuring implementation of accessible election at all elections in Indonesia. The tool has been distribute to 269 Regional KPUs in Indonesia that will organized concuret local…

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AGENDA presentation at ASEAN Disability Forum Conference in Malaysia

October 27, 2015

Christian Donn, AGENDA Program Manager, presented promotion of accessible election in ASEAN at a plenary session of ASEAN Disability Forum Conference 2015, 20 October 2015 in Kuala Lumpur,, Malaysia. In the meeting Christian stressed that political participation of persons with disabilities particularly in election is very important because it will contribute in…

AGENDA Media Training in Reporting on Accessible Election

September 8, 2015

On September 5 and 6, AGENDA conducted a workshop in Makassar, South Sulawesi and in Surabaya, East Java respectively  on best practices on reporting on accessible elections and how DPOs better interact and deal with the media as well as to develop press release. Various medias whether it is print, audio/visual or online…

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Cambodian AGENDA Partner CDPO Releases Research on Disability Inclusion in the Voter Registration Processes

August 18, 2015

AGENDA’s partner in Cambodia, the Cambodian Disabled People’s Organization (CDPO) has conducted research on disability inclusion in the voter registration process in Cambodia, with support from IFES Indonesia through the Australian Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). The research, which was undertaken over the past five months, identified specific and actionable…

Election Access Monitoring Report Spurs Conversations in Kosovo

February 11, 2015

This finding spurred KDI and HandiKOS to collaborate with the Kosovo Central Electoral Commission (CEC) on conducting workshops with electoral officials operating in the field, known as the Municipal Election Officers (MEOs). The goal was to better prepare polling station staff on supporting voters with disabilities. After a series of intensive workshops…

The Third Regional Dialogue on Access to Elections in Jakarta

February 4, 2015

From January 28-29, 2015 the third Regional Dialogue on Access to Elections brought together more than 200 representatives from disabled persons’ organizations (DPOs), election management bodies, governments, media, and international organizations to spark an exchange of ideas and best practices on strengthening equal access to political and electoral rights for persons with disabilities.…

Election Access Lessons Learned from around the World

August 10, 2012

When Madeline went to vote in the Dominican Republic’s presidential election last May, she needed help to get through the door with her wheelchair because the ramps were poorly constructed at the polling place.

She was carried to the second floor only to learn that she was not at the…