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Vote Report India seeks to partner with civil society and media organizations working towards promoting transparency and accountability in the Indian election process.


We basically need four things from partners, in the following order :-

1. On ground presence to report incidents

2. Manpower to help us process/ verify reports

3. Credibility with media/ civil society organizations.

4. Visibility with common people so that they use the platform.


We'll update this list, as we close partnerships/ endorsements.


Founding Partners


Ushahidi is an award-winning platform that crowdsources crisis information.  It is a free and open source platform that allows anyone to gather information via SMS, email or the web and visualize it on a map and timeline.  First developed for use in the post-election violence in Kenya in 2008, the platform has continued development by a volunteer team of mostly African developers.


SwiftRiver is a platform that makes sense of multiple sources of information in a fast-changing crisis situation.


eMoksha is a non-profit organization that aims to enable stronger democracies through increased citizen awareness and engagement.




Center for Internet & Society



National Network for India (NNFI) is a non-profit organisation, a registered trust, with a primary focus on electoral reforms and ridding our legislators of law breakers. We encourage collaborative effort between all activists and concerned groups to improve the governance of the nation. We are networked with youth, media, IItians, and many professional groups.


Empowering India/ Liberty Institute

The Liberty Institute, an independent, non-profit think tank, leads “Empowering India,” an initiative that attempts to empower voters with information about their candidates, constituencies, and political parties. The objective is to encourage citizens to actively participate in the democratic process, as well as promote transparency and accountability in politics


QUOTE: "Vote Report, is another innovative initiative this election. We hope citizens will make use of the features on this site, and report their experiences on the election day. We would get a snap shot of  the day from across the country from fellow citizens."


Citizens for Justice and Peace

CJP is a Trust dedicated to the promotion of communal harmony, and romote values that will encourage the development of peace, justice and reconciliation, by all means, in every place, among all peoples of India and in every sphere of society.


QUOTE: "Vote Report India allows ordinary Indian citizens to monitor and  

report on one of the most important exercises in Indian democracy, and 

one that will have a lasting impact on their lives. CJP endorses Vote 

Report India's goals of empowering citizens through such collective 

knowledge building exercises aimed at transparency and accountability. "


Women's Political Forum

WPF is an enterprise aimed at identifying potential women leaders and developing a talent pool so that it can serve as a resource centre for future women politicians. WPF is a part of a long-term initiative towards nation-building and improving the quality of governance in the country.


QUOTE: "Vote Report India is a very dynamic initiative and will definitely be one of the milestones in redefining our Electoral system and in the process national reforms. Women’s Political Forum endorses it completely and shall always be there in support in whichever way needed."



mumbaiVOICES is a large voluntary collaboration of professionals from institutions in India and abroad that have come together to provide a platform for citizen-driven analysis of the city's disaster response capacity,


In Discussion





Times of India

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