Books

Annotation of Law Number 6 Year 2014 on Village Book

Annotation is a record made to explain, comment on, or criticize laws or regulations, as well as to reveal the facts of how certain laws established by the Parliament and the government and other related parties, as well as the facts of how to properly interpreted and applied the laws. PATTIRO creates this annotation of Village Law to documenting

A Complaint Mechanism for Public Service Delivery Based in Community Participation

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This book was written in order to provide the community with an understanding of a public service delivery complaint mechanism based on community participation. It draws on Law No. 25, 2009, which provides greater room for the community to participate in the management of public service delivery. To download A Complaint Mechanism for Public Service

APBD Supervision Training Module for CSOs

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Authors: Fitria Muslih Rohidin Sudarno Abdul Waidl Alif Basuki Cristian Markus This module was written to support budgetary advocacy training activities that are undertaken by CSOs in five provinces and 20 districts that constitute the AIPD program area. To download the APBD Supervision Training Module for CSOs via Google drive, click here Module material encompasses

Information Openness Series: Module on the Strengthening of Community Capacity for Accessing Information

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This module was compiled as a guide or reference for parties that carry out training for the strengthening of citizens’ capacity to access information from public bodies. Citizens will be capable of obtaining the information that they need and in other ways encourage the improvement of the quality of public service delivery, such that their

Application Guideline of Citizen Report Card (CRC) for CSOs

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The Citizen Report Card (CRC) is one method of representing the voice of the people as receivers of public services. The report card is a tool that allows for the compiling of public service user ratings and dissemination of that information back to the users of these services as well as service providers. Services are