Kemitraan Partnership / Partnership for Governance Reform
|Type:||NGO working on Crime|
|Address:||Jl. Wolter Monginsidi No. 3
Jakarta Selatan 12110
|Region:||Southern and Eastern Asia|
Other:'Human rights, Governance, Rule of law'
||The Partnership for Governance reform in Indonesia is a multistakeholder organization dedicated to advancing governance reform. The Partnership works with government agencies and civil society organization (CSOs) to advance reform at the national and local levels. The Partnership brings together the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government, civil society and other stakeholders to sustainably improve good governance in Indonesia. The Partnership?s mission is to promote and institutionalize good governance principles in Indonesian society through implementing harmonized reform programs to strengthen public service governance, deepen democracy and improve security and justice. Consideration for gender equality and the needs of marginalized groups are integral in achieving our mission. Since its inception in 2000, the Partnership for Governance Reform has been at the forefront of efforts to support governance reform in Indonesia. The Partnership has developed an holistic approach that combines policy-oriented research, stakeholder consultations, advocacy and information dissemination, and support for institutional reform. Notably, in 2007, Partnership?s programs have contributed to instilling public transparency, engagement and accountability in regional budgetary processes, strengthening institutions such as the Anti Corruption Commission (KPK), the Witness Protection Institution (LPSK) and the General Election Commission (KPU) and supported the development of laws, such as the political laws and bylaws in Aceh.|