PATTIRO 2019 Annual Report


This year is a special one as PATTIRO celebrates its 20th anniversary. We are grateful that PATTIRO can exist and continue making efforts to contribute its best in the field of governance, especially in the three focus areas of transparency, public finance management reform and public service accountability. Beginning from the similarity in the view

Infographics | DBH DR Policy in 2022 and Opportunities for Optimizing Its Use for Provinces and Districts/Cities


Following the enactment of the Regional Government Law that transfers authority of forestry management from the Districts/Cities to Provinces, since 2017 distribution of DBH DR was conducted by the central government to the producing provinces. Provisions about DBH DR are set through Regulation of the Minister of Finance (PMK) as mandated by the State Budget

Desktop Research | Gender Mainstreaming in the Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (ASGM)


Mercury poisoning is a serious threat to human health, as evidenced by the Minamata Tragedy of the 1950s. Consumption of mercury-tainted seafood resulted in the emergence of a variety of mysterious neurological diseases, even death, among residents of Minamata Bay in Kumamoto prefecture, Japan. People suffering from the disease complain of numbness in the hands

Policy Brief | Encouraging the Acceleration of 2021 APBD Preparation in the Midst of a Pandemic and Regulatory Transition


The preparation of the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBD) for the 2021 fiscal year is somewhat different from the previous years. In 2020, the APBD preparation process was faced with the COVID-19 pandemic situation, which began to affect Indonesia in early March. This pandemic prompted the government to adjust its budget policy through the

Policy Paper | Designing Environmental Protection Fund (DPL) Grants

Naskah Kebijakan Menggagas Hibah Dana Perlindungan Lingkungan

The Government is committed to promoting sustainable, low-carbon development, which requires cooperation between the central and regional governments. However, the funding instruments to support protection of the environment – compensation to regions part of whose territory needs to be protected, and incentives to those with good performance – remain very limited. The Government has conveyed