Adhy is a senior staff member of International IDEA’s Asia & the Pacific Regional Programme. This is the latest of a number of positions held since joining International IDEA in November 2007. He is responsible for regional and country-level projects surrounding electoral processes as well as political participation and representation processes, including management of International IDEA’s engagements in Bhutan. He manages various technical assistance, researches and capacity development activities in a number of countries in Asia and the Pacific. While he has worked on a variety of issues in the field of electoral reform, political party development and citizen’s participation, Adhy specialises in legal framework review and electoral systems as well as electoral justice. For supporting the performance of his responsibilities, he has achieved full accreditation as facilitator for BRIDGE workshops (www.bridge-project.org).
Adhy is a lawyer by training with a bachelor’s degree from Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia (2000) and a master’s degree from Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, USA (2007).