What we do in Indonesia
In 2013 and 2014 the Indonesian government launched a series of programmes aimed at creating an enabling environment for transparent and accountable government.
The ‘Village Law,’ passed in 2014, is helping to make government more accountable for services, and membership in the Open Government Partnership has helped the government to embrace greater transparency and accountability.
However, despite these changes, high levels of corruption and mis-administration persist, presenting a major challenge to development.
Making All Voices Count is working with a range of actors to support more open, inclusive government in Indonesia, increasing access to government data, widening citizen participation in governance processes, and improving public services across the country.
“Openness is a basic necessity for a modern government, and a key to unlocking Indonesia’s potential in the economy and public service sector, as well as driving an increase in innovation – Open Government Partnership”
Research & Learning
Indonesia’s Village Law: enabler or constraint for more accountable governance?
Evolving an open e-governance index for network societies
Pathways to accountability from the margins: reflections on participatory video…
ICT-facilitated accountability and engagement in health systems: a review of…