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Can National Parks be Transformed into Public Service Agencies?


While increasing the number of visitors to National Parks can indeed increase revenue for the state treasury, on the other hand, it is also feared to threaten the preservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in national parks. The discourse to encourage national park management centers to implement the  Public Service Agency (BLU) Financial Management Pattern (PPK)

PATTIRO Trains Local Governments in Management of Public Service Complaints


The enactment of Law No. 25 of 2009 concerning Public Services is one form of the government’s commitment in improving the quality of public service delivery. This commitment was further strengthened by the establishment of the National Public Service Complaints Management System (SP4N) through the application of the People’s Online Aspirations and Complaints Service (LAPOR!),

Reflections of the 2019 Elections: State Civil Apparatus Neutrality Violations Still Prevalent, Enforcement of Sanctions Still Weak


Violations of State Civil Apparatus (ASN) neutrality during the 2019 elections were quite prevalent. Unfortunately, law enforcement in the form of sanctions for violating ASNs has been weak. This was stated by PATTIRO Program Manager, Bejo Untung in a public discussion titled “Reflections of the 2019 Elections: ASN Neutrality and Quality of Procedural Democracy,” which

Rehabilitation of Critical Lands Difficult to Accomplish


JAKARTA, KOMPAS – Efforts to rehabilitate forests and critical land in Indonesia have found difficulty catching up to the extent of tree cover at the locations to be rehabilitated. Although in this year the forest and land rehabilitation budget was increased by 325 percent to achieve the target of 205.78 thousand hectares, it is going

Encouraging the Self-Reliance of the Indigenous Papuans (OAP): Suggestions for Papuan Development Priorities in 2020-2024 RPJMN


Jakarta, 15 April 2019 The attention of the Central Government towards the Papua region over the past four years has been demonstrated by the implementation of massive infrastructure development. It is recognized that this development has succeeded in opening the isolation of citizens and increasing connectivity between regions. However, this connectivity has not yet been