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Extracts from Experiences of the Implementation of GRPB Policy at the Local Level

I. INTRODUCTION In the last few years, the application of a gender-responsive planning and budgeting (GRPB) policy has strengthened the implementation of a gender mainstreaming strategy in development at the local level. There is a variation of progress between local regions in the implementation of GRPB policy to support gender equality and fairness. Experiences of

Fostering Genuine Participation: Lesson Learnt from Citizen Engagement in Transparency for Development (T4D) Pilot Project

Executive Summary One of the biggest health challenges in Indonesia is maternal and newborn health. Child mortality rates in poor peri-urban areas are much higher than the urban average. A 2012 study by UNICEF found that child mortality rates are five times higher in Jabodetabek’s poor peri-urban sub-districts. As the nearest peri-urban area to Jakarta,

PATTIRO’s Annual Report Year 2013

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Since its establishment in 1999, Center for Regional Information and Studies (PATTIRO) has produced many outputs and reached various achievements, as well as given significant contributions to changes in society and government in Indonesia. Through its three focus areas, transparency, as well as public finance and social accountability, PATTIRO has always seek to ensure the

PATTIRO PROFILE in Open Government Movement and FOI Issues

From 2012 to 2015, PATTIRO has been given a mandate by Indonesia civil society, both civil society organizations, which involved in the Freedom Of Information Network Indonesia (FOINI) and CSOs from OGI Core Team, to be the coordinator of the coalition. To run PATTIRO role as national coordinator of both the civil society coalition, PATTIRO

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