The Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) is a platform for national dialogue on development. Hosted by the Ministry of National Development Planning, IDF brings together leaders in government, civil society, academia, and the private sector to discuss solutions to Indonesia’s key development challenges. This year, IDF was held on 10 - 11 July 2018 with the overarching theme of ‘Pathways to Tackle Regional Disparities Across The Archipelago’.
the Presidential Decree Number 16/2018 concerning Public Procurement opens a new dimension that moves toward a more inclusive and participatory development. This new decree has served as an "entrance" to a more synergized cooperation between government and community organizations which will hopefully lead to the improved public services delivered to people at the grass root level.
Presidential Regulation No. 16/2018 on public procurement is a breath of fresh air for civil society organisations focused on improving public services. In addition to enabling civil society groups to access government funds, the regulation will also encourage these groups to improve their financial management and be more accountable.
The number of people living with dementia in Bali is among the highest in Indonesia and is expected to increase rapidly in the next few years if no significant prevention measures are taken, experts have said.
This article is written by Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) Knowledge Exchange and Learning Lead, Elisabeth Jackson, for The Conversation
Researchers in Indonesian universities are being encouraged to incorporate gender and social inclusion perspectives in their applications for government research grants following the launch of the 12th edition of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education’s Grant Guidelines for Research and Community Engagement on March 20
The paper presents a framework for a learning-oriented approach to causality that focuses on understanding the mechanisms that were successful, with whom and in what context so that the policy maker can determine where else the intervention might work or what other mechanisms or adaptations might be necessary in the new setting.
Indonesia is a member of the G20 group of the world’s wealthiest nations but it spends only a tiny amount of its national resources on scientific research. This working paper describes how a number of Indonesian key actors, under the leadership of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences has contributed to the establishment of the Indonesian Science Fund which will help to increase the amount of funding available to Indonesian researchers who want, through their research, to contribute to address key social and economic concerns of the Indonesian people.
This case study is a follow up of Working Paper 8 “Addressing Barriers to University Research” and also a series of Diagnostic Study on Barriers to University Research”. Identification of barriers to university research has given an insight in understanding the dynamics of research and in identifying the barriers to research in universities in Indonesia especially in University of Indonesia (UI), to upgrade the quality and capacity of university research.
This case study is a follow up of Working Paper 8 “Addressing Barriers to University Research” and also a series of Diagnostic Study on Barriers to University Research”. Identification of barriers to university research has given an insight in understanding the dynamics of research and in identifying the barriers to research in universities in Indonesia especially in Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia (Unika Atma Jaya), to upgrade the quality and capacity of university research.