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Indonesia

Indonesia
  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Population: 242968342
  • Size: 1919440.0 Km2

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The BLDS print collection
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The challenge of establishing REDD+ on the ground: Insights from 23 subnational initiatives in six countries
W.Dd Sunderlin; A. Desita Ekaputri; E.O. Sills / Center for International Forestry Research, 2014
Since 2007, it has been hoped that REDD+ would deliver on the 3E+ criteria (effectiveness, efficiency, equity, social and environmental co?benefits) for strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This report highlights that the ea...
Accelerating progress in Family Planning: options for strengthening civil society-led monitoring and accountability
Results for Development Institute, 2014
In recent years, accountability initiatives led by citizens and civil society organizations (CSOs) have proliferated, particularly in the health and education sectors. These initiatives, also referred to as social accountability (SAc)...
New evidence on the gender wage gap in Indonesia
K. Taniguchi; A. Tuwo / Asian Development Bank, 2014
Indonesia has been experiencing impressive economic growth and rapid urbanisation in recent years. However, urbanisation could affect income inequality through people’s movement from rural to urban areas. Using the 2010 National...
Will rising democracies adopt pro-human rights foreign policies?
T. Piccone / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2014
As democratisation unfolded in countries such as Brazil, India, Indonesia and South Africa, it was hoped that these states would find common ground with more established democracies. While emerging and established democracies have col...
Fair company–community partnerships in palm oil development
A. Beekmans; J.W. Molenaar; J. Dallinger / Oxfam, 2014
This discussion paper argues that palm oil production can lead to greenhouse gas emissions, land grabs and exploitation. But, it says that sustainable production, investment and sourcing can create benefits for the climate and communi...
Linking food security, climate adaptation and carbon management: a case study from Indonesia
Y.P.K. Suny; J.A. Lassa / Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change, 2014
This paper explores how food security, adaptation and carbon management objectives can be achieved at the local level? Constraints and opportunities are discussed from a local context in Indonesia. This paper argues that withou...
State of the rainforest 2014
E. Hofsvang (ed); F. Seymour / Rainforest Foundation Norway, 2014
Destruction of the rainforest and other tropical forests continue on a dramatic scale in spite of unprecedented global attention to the issue of deforestation and the role of forests in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. The global ...
Transnational responses to violence against women in the name of 'culture': evaluation of the Violence Is Not Our Culture Campaign (2008-2011)
A.L Shaheed / Women Living Under Muslim Law, 2011
In 2007, members of the Stop Stoning Forever Campaign in Iran and the Women Living under Muslim Laws (WLUML) network initiated the ‘Violence is not our Culture’ (VNC) campaign. The VNC is aimed at bringing an end to the mi...
Information networks and power: confronting the "wicked problem" of REDD+ in Indonesia
M. Moelinono; C. Gallemore; L. Santoso / Ecology and Society, 2014
This journal article suggests weak information exchange between the Indonesia national government, national civil society, and transnational actors when it comes to Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+)....
From the ground up: Changing the conversation about climate change
S. Faris; S. Lipscombe; S. Whitehead; D. Wilson / BBC Media Action, 2014
This policy briefing, produced by BBC Media Action, draws upon the world’s largest study of people’s everyday experience of climate change: the Climate Asia Project. The project involved speaking to over 33,500 people acro...
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Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change (IRGSC)
IRGSC is a policy research institute and think tank comprising of researchers/scientists/ scholars, public intellectuals, and policy entrepreneurs based in Indonesia. Established in 2012 in Indonesia, IRGSC’s regional focus includes Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and ASEAN countries.
Trisanita
Platform for international peer-reviewed journals focusing on sanitation published in Indonesia.
Pelangi
Indonesian-based environmental research institute with a strong climate change programme
SMERU Research Institute, Indonesia
Conducting research on socio-economic and poverty issues
University of Lampung, Indonesia (UNILA)
Teaching and research university in the Indonesian province of Lampung
Centre for Environmental Studies, University of Surabaya, Indonesia
Research and training institute focussing on the environment and sustainable development
Greenomics Indonesia
Good governance in natural resources
Support for Decentralisation Measures, Indonesia / Proyek Pendukung Pemantapan Penataan Desentralisasi (P4D) (SFDM)
This GTZ supported programme assists the Indonesia Ministry of Home Affairs as well as other responsible government agencies and the respective inter-ministerial teams in refining the legal framework for decentralization and local governance, and in providing decentralization-related information to interested stakeholders, among others through a regular newsletter and the project home page. The...
Center for Industrial Economic Studies, Faculty of Economics, University of Trisakti, Indonesia
Economic department, Trisakti University, Indonesia
Vía Campesina
La Via Campesina is the international movement which brings together millions of peasants, small and medium-size farmers, landless people, women farmers, indigenous people, migrants and agricultural workers from around the world.
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