Episode 3. Spatial data + social accuracy: the politics of participatory mapping
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In this episode, we learn about JKPP, Indonesia's community mapping network of 190 organizations, and their insistence on merging spatial data with community experiences. JKPP's national convener and data team talk with Madhuri about spatial data, social accuracy, and the importance of participatory mapping as a political process.

In Episode 3, Madhuri speaks with Jaringan Kerja Pemetaan Partisipatif, or the Indonesian Community Mapping Network’s Imam Hanafi, Abdul Azis, and Imam Masud, and the former secretary of Indonesia's Indigenous Peoples Alliance, Abdon Nababan.

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