Launch & Discussion: Asia-Pacific Journal of Elections and Democracy Open Journal System “Democracy in The Time of Pandemic Perspective from Asia-Pacific”


In February 2021, Perludem and Djokosoetono Research Center (DRC) of Universitas Indonesia, launched their flagship journal, the Asia Pacific Journal of Elections and Democracy (APJED) under The Asia-Pacific Regional Support for Elections and Political Transitions (RESPECT) program conducted by Perludem. APJED serves as a forum that records various research related to elections and democracy in the Asia-Pacific region.

APJED also serves as a multi-stakeholders forum for civil society, scholars, and electoral stakeholders to publish their scientific articles. 

The team has now successfully designed and tested APJED Open Journal Submission (OJS) system, as a common platform for writers, reviewers, and editors to collaborate in producing high-quality journal articles (

REGISTER to hear speakers Leena Rikkila Tamang, Regional Director, Asia and the Pacific for International IDEA, Chandanie Watawala from ANFREL, Titi Anggraini Board Member with PERLUDEM and Marcus Mietzner from the Australian National University discuss “Democracy in The Time of Pandemic Perspective from Asia-Pacific”

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