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Staying in the Top Global 40 of the 2018 Global Think Tank, PATTIRO Commits to Improve Research Quality


Last January, the Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania issued the 2018 Global Think Tank Index report. This report lists the influential think tanks in the world. In the midst of tighter competition with the increasing number of think tanks, PATTIRO as a research and advocacy institution in Indonesia is again included in the list in the 34th position

Residents affected by the Batang-Semarang toll road construction expect fair and proper compensation as they are to be evicted


The 2018 Ied al-Fitr holidays is approaching in two months’ time, yet the process of completion of compensation for land used for the construction of Batang-Semarang Phase III toll road has not reached an agreement between the affected citizens and the Government (represented by the National Land Agency/BPN and the District Court). The eviction process,

PATTIRO maintains its position in the Global Top Think Tank Index

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The Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania has released the Global Top Think Tank Index Report 2017 on influential organizations on a global scale. PATTIRO, as a research and advocacy institution, has been able to maintain its position (34) for the category of Top Transparency and Good Governance Think Tanks out of 7,815 think

Urgent, Establishment of Functional Position of Public Service Complaints Manager


The establishment of the functional position of public service complaints managers is felt to be urgent. This is because in general the management of public service complaints on government institutions, both at the central and regional levels, is still not conducted professionally. So far, activities related to complaints management are done only as an additional

PATTIRO Trains Communities on Disasters for Resilience in the Face of Climate Change

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As an archipelagic nation of some 17,000 islands, Indonesia is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Changes in rainfall patterns, rising sea levels, and extreme weather events are the main problems. The impacts of climate change are beginning to be felt in various regions, especially those with high levels of vulnerability, one of