At the end of 2014, KSI launched a Local Knowledge grants scheme designed to explore and promote local knowledge to policy pathways.
Indonesia has many rich sources of knowledge that are produced and communicated outside of the academy. In this grants scheme, KSI defines “local knowledge” as the knowledge that people in a
given community or organization have accumulated over time through direct experience. Local knowledge embodies different perspectives, meanings and understandings that are informed by
local culture and shaped by human interactions with the physical.Read more.