AGENDA Media Training, Jakarta, 2016-08-13

On 13 August, AGENDA conducted Media Training on its “Media Guidelines for Reporting Accessible Elections” in Jakarta. Keynote speeches were provided by the Chairperson of the Indonesian Press Council and the Chairperson of the Provincial KPU of Jakarta. The training was attended by 15 journalists from online, print, television and radio media and…

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Media Training, Ambon, 2016-05-28

On 28 May, AGENDA conducted Media Training on its “Media Guidelines for Reporting Accessible Elections” in Ambon. The training was attended by 18 journalists from online, print, television and radio media; two representatives from the Provincial KPU; and six DPO representatives.

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Media Training, Banda Aceh, 2016-05-23

On 23 May, AGENDA conducted Media Training on Media Guidelines on Reporting Accessible Elections in Banda Aceh. The training was attended by 12 journalists (Online, print, TV and Radio media),three people from the Media Center of the Provincial KIP of Aceh and six people from DPO representatives.

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All observers were required to participate in a training to prepare for their Election Day duties. Observer trainings were conducted during a two-week period prior to the election and held in one central location within each province.

The provinces were: Jakarta Special Administrative Area, Central Java, Aceh, South Kalimantan and South Sulawesi. The two-day workshop…

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On June 22-23, AGENDA/JPPR held training for the 10 coordinators of AGENDA’s monitoring mission for the presidential election. The coordinator consisted of 5 PPDI representatives and 5 JPPR representatives from 5 provinces in Indonesia (Aceh, Jakarta, Central Java, South Sulawesi and South Kalimantan). Fadhil, DKI Jakarta KPU Commissioner and M. Jufri Bawaslu DKI…

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By: Dipo Siahaan, IFES

Fifty volunteers will be deployed in five of the capitol’s districts to monitor the accessibility of the Jakarta gubernatorial election. Four days leading to the election, the volunteers underwent a two-day workshop held at Park Hotel, Cawang, Jakarta, from 7 to 8 July, 2012.