Google’s Blog Highlights Partnership to Create Interactive Candidate Information Map for Indonesia Elections

March 26, 2014 — Google’s Asia Pacific Blog today highlights Google’s partnership with voting-rights NGO Perludem and The Asia Foundation in Indonesia to create a first-ever interactive candidate information map, an open source project known as Peta Caleg in Bahasa, that will be updated as votes come in on election day. Read the full article here: “Keeping one billion voters informed in India and Indonesia.”

For more insight on the impact of Indonesia’s online youth on the 2014 elections, read the Foundation’s In Asia blog.

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