Strengthening Knowledge Management and Collaboration

(only in bahasa Indonesia)

This story of change covers KSI’s journey and the lessons learned with its partners in strengthening collaboration and knowledge management. This document elaborates on efforts to provide a formal mechanism or space for non-governmental actors that provides a fresh approach to knowledge collaboration and broadens policy networks and horizons to promote the process of evidence-based policymaking.

In the knowledge ecosystem, research institutions and researchers (knowledge producers), media organisations (knowledge intermediaries) and policymakers (knowledge users) must collaborate to promote evidence-based policies that benefit the public.

For a decade, KSI has supported inter-directorate knowledge management through Development Planning Knowledge Management (Manajemen Pengetahuan Perencanaan Pembangunan, MP3), as well as integrated planning and budgeting that promotes evidence-based development planning through KRISNA. They have also initiated a leading forum that brings together knowledge producers and policymakers – the Indonesia Development Forum.

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