This video discusses the different types of knowledge used in the policy process. It talks about understanding policy narratives, which can help you to consider how the knowledge that you produce could influence the stories told about why change is needed.
This video introduces the series and what it will cover. It includes a short exercise to get you thinking about knowledge and the policy process.
SurveyMETER was established in 2002 and has gained a strong reputation in Indonesia for the quality of its policy research, particularly with quantitative methods and analysis as well as training and capacity development on research methods.
NGOs operate in networks ranging from local to national to international in scale. The shape, nature and strength of these networks will determine the future sustainability of the NGO sector in Indonesia. This brief uses social network analysis to investigate the nature of Indonesian NGO networks as an ecosystem and examine the characteristics of a network based on data from research conducted for the design of the NSSC
Like the NGO sector globally, NGOs in Indonesia face an increasingly challenging funding landscape that threatens their survival and ability to achieve their goals for social change.
This brief will discuss human resource management and leadership regeneration trends and challenges among NGOs in Indonesia that arise from the findings of mixed methods research conducted during the National NGO Study and Service Centre (NSSC) design process.
This brief is the first in a series exploring the analysis of original research conducted during the design process for an NGO sector support facility.
The role that policy diffusion plays in how Jamkesda and BOSDA has spread to so many districts in Indonesia is the topic of this study.
Formulating evidence-based policies is an ambitious goal that many governance programs aim to achieve.