On a regular basis programs working in the area of governance and decentralisation come together here in Jakarta to share and discuss the results of a research, studies and analysis. Yesterday I attended a presentation about the findings from an econometric analysis that looked at… Read More
This morning I jumped on the TransJakarta bus N 1 and travelled to Central Jakarta to the modern and cozy office of PulseLab. JonneCatshoek of Elva.org was presenting about digital citizen engagement strategies for making programmes more effective and accountable. Jonne has been working for the… Read More
I have written a blog published by the Overseas Development Institute: “As #Indonesia votes counted @ArnaldoPellini asks what it means for provinces http://www.odi.org/comment/8562-indonesia-elections-decentralisation ‘
I travelled a couple of weeks ago with colleagues from the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI) to the city of Probolinggo, in the eastern part of Java. To get there you have to fly from Jakarta to Malang (ca. 1 hour and 15 minutes) and then drive for about two hours.… Read More
This is the the distribution of seats in the current Indonesian Parliament. A large coalition and a small opposition. How will this change following today legislative election?