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AIYA Links, 18 July: counting votes edition

In the news Armies of Indonesians are counting votes from last week’s presidential election—here’s a great explainer from the Wall Street Journal team on how it all works. A remarkable effort in crowdsourced election monitoring has been underway, tallying up a ‘people’s count’ to go alongside official numbers being released on Tuesday. Two polling firms which […]

Program Officer at ACICIS, Jakarta

The Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies is looking for a Program Officer to managing its new Business Professional Practicum, based in Jakarta. Information about the program from ACICIS: In January 2015, ACICIS will launch its pilot iteration of the Business Professional Practicum (BPP), with support from the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan. The BPP […]

Kelas Inspirasi

Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” The power of education and literacy can be used to eradicate poverty in Indonesia, to educate young generation to have a better future life, and to create a meaningful social participation — shaping our nation towards its […]

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