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  • Organisation

    Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) is a non-profit organisation fronted by a number of activists committed to eradicate corruption in Indonesia by strengthening the position of the organised public in the efforts to allow public monitoring over the state and to participate in the state’s decision making process in order to establish democratic and uncorrupted governance that upholds justice and equality in economy, social and gender.

    Mission:
    1. To integrate the anti-corruption agenda in order to strengthen participation of the organized public in the monitoring and decision-making process of public policies.
    2. To empower potential actors that would participate in establishing a clean political, judicial, economic and bureaucratic system free from corruption and based on social justice and gender equality.

    • Organisation

      Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) is a non-profit organisation fronted by a number of activists committed to eradicate corruption in Indonesia by strengthening the position of the organised public in the efforts to allow public monitoring over the state and to participate in the state’s decision making process in order to establish democratic and uncorrupted governance that upholds justice and equality in economy, social and gender.

      Mission:
      1. To integrate the anti-corruption agenda in order to strengthen participation of the organized public in the monitoring and decision-making process of public policies.
      2. To empower potential actors that would participate in establishing a clean political, judicial, economic and bureaucratic system free from corruption and based on social justice and gender equality.

    • Project

      Article 135 of Law No 8 in 2016 instructed national and local governments to allocate budget for the implementation, protection and fulfilment of People with Disability (PwD) rights in national budget (APBN), local budget (APBD), as well as other sources of state funds.

      This programme will try to determine and test the extent to which this instruction is observed in the regions, especially regarding budget allocation in local institutions, such as the Social Office, Health Office, as well as the Education and Sports Office.

      Indonesian Corruption Watch and identified local partners will conduct a current problem mapping about delivery and quality of public service for PwD, to be cross-referenced with the budgeting commitment of local governments as reflected from the budget analysis.

      Local Civil Society Organisations (CSO) partners and PwD groups will also build their capacity to conduct public information access testing and non-litigation adjudication, to learn the principals and basic technics of investigation, and (if possible) conduct independent investigation on local aid funds misappropriations.

      Therefore, this programme will attempt to produce simple investigation reports in addition to a policy brief about the pro-PwD state budget and mainstreaming of PwD interests in local agenda, as well as a draft of minimum PwD public service standard.

  • Project

    Article 135 of Law No 8 in 2016 instructed national and local governments to allocate budget for the implementation, protection and fulfilment of People with Disability (PwD) rights in national budget (APBN), local budget (APBD), as well as other sources of state funds.

    This programme will try to determine and test the extent to which this instruction is observed in the regions, especially regarding budget allocation in local institutions, such as the Social Office, Health Office, as well as the Education and Sports Office.

    Indonesian Corruption Watch and identified local partners will conduct a current problem mapping about delivery and quality of public service for PwD, to be cross-referenced with the budgeting commitment of local governments as reflected from the budget analysis.

    Local Civil Society Organisations (CSO) partners and PwD groups will also build their capacity to conduct public information access testing and non-litigation adjudication, to learn the principals and basic technics of investigation, and (if possible) conduct independent investigation on local aid funds misappropriations.

    Therefore, this programme will attempt to produce simple investigation reports in addition to a policy brief about the pro-PwD state budget and mainstreaming of PwD interests in local agenda, as well as a draft of minimum PwD public service standard.

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