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AGENDA Ingatkan KPU Buleleng Fasilitasi Peyandang Disabilitas dalam Pilkada

Penyandang disabilitas membutuhkan fasilitas akses untuk dapat menggunakan hak pilihnya dalam Pemilihan Bupati dan Wakil Bupati Buleleng Tahun 2017. KPU Kabupaten Buleleng berjanji akan memberikan fasilitas tersebut untuk meningkatkan kualitas pemilihan.

Komisi Pemilihan Umum telah membuat surat edaran Nomor 7 tahun 2016 tentang Penyampaian Formulir Alat Bantu Periksa Pelaksanaan Pemilih Akses Bagi Pemilih Penyandang Disabilitas.


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AGENDA Launches “Journalist Competition on Accessible Elections” along with KPU RI and Indonesian Press Council

On 23 September, the General Election Network for Disability Access (AGENDA) launched its “Journalist Competition on Accessible Elections”, a six-month journalism competition that supports rights-based reporting on disability access in Indonesia’s 2017 regional head elections. AGENDA, in collaboration with the Indonesian General Election Commission (KPU RI) and the Indonesian Press Council, opened the competition to journalists and the public to encourage coverage of the theme “Ensuring Accessible Elections for Persons with Disabilities”.

The launch event brought together 17 media representatives and 23 representatives from civil society and disabled people’s organizations. AGENDA; Ms. Lucia Pietropaoli of Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT); and KPU Chairman Juri Ardiantoro gave opening remarks. Participants then joined a discussion of how to present rights-based media coverage of the 2017 regional head elections, led by AGENDA’s Disability Rights Advisor, the KPU Chairman and the Press Council. KPU’s Chairman formally launched the competition.  

The competition will be open from 23 September 2016 until 10 March 2017 to maximize coverage of the 15 February 2017 regional head elections. The competition will offer prizes in three areas of reporting: (1) News reporting for TV, radio, print, and online media; (2) Photo competition for print and online media; and (3) “Opinion” articles for the public.

AGENDA’s “Journalist Competition on Accessible Elections” in Indonesia is funded with the generous support of DFAT’s Disability Inclusive Development Fund.


Video Link: https://youtu.be/E8AcT9UdMwE


AGENDA’s thematic workshop in ASEAN People’s Forum

As part of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Civil Society Conference/ASEAN People’s Forum (ACSC/APF), the General Election Network for Disability Access (AGENDA) organized a thematic workshop titled “A More Inclusive ASEAN Community: Upholding the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to Participate in Public Life” on 4 August 2016.

AGENDA’s thematic workshop was led by representatives from four Southeast Asian countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Timor-Leste), highlighting their experiences and best practices of upholding the rights of persons with disabilities to participate as full and equal citizens in their country. The workshop strengthened cooperation and information-sharing between Southeast Asian civil society members and provided examples of progress that civil society organizations can replicate across the region. The workshop was attended by 35 people from six ASEAN countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, Myanmar, Philippines and Vietnam) and Timor-Leste.

In April this year, the tenth ASEAN country ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, making this the first ACSC/APF at which the complete ASEAN community showed its commitment through international treaties to ensuring that persons with disabilities can fully participate in political public life.

Disabled people’s organizations (DPOs) from Southeast Asian countries are working together to protect the rights of persons with disabilities throughout the region. These DPOs are making progress as a group at national and regional levels through solidarity and group advocacy. This South-South cooperation has grown to include stakeholders and responsible officials exchanging valuable experience on policy challenges and innovation.

Media Training in Jakarta

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 four DPO representatives. There was one TV news coverage broadcasted on 13 Aug on Metro TV, one article on print media, Harian Terbit on 15 Aug and nine online news coverage.

AGENDA’s publication in ACE’s August 2016 Newsletter


The General Election Network for Disability Access (AGENDA)’s publication on Disability Access and Inclusion in the Political Processes of Four Southeast Asian Countries was highlighted in ACE’s August 2016 Newsletter as one of three Publications by ACE Partners and Members of the Practitioners' Network. The ACE Electoral Knowledge Network produces a newsletter featuring articles on electoral events and processes around the world. AGENDA’s Disability Access and Inclusion report is a compilation of four research studies analyzing the political participation of persons with disabilities in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. The studies were conducted in 2015-2016 by local disability rights organizations with the support of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).







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