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Indonesia

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

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The BLDS print collection
The BLDS print collection

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Trillions gained and lost: estimating the magnitude of growth episodes
L. Pritchett; K. Sen; S. Kar / Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre, 2013
“Steady state” growth rates are bounded below by zero, and historical observation on the economically leading countries suggests 2% annum as an upper bound. However, the current paper indicates that the variance in decadal...
Guidelines for employers on maternity protection at work
International Labour Organization, 2014
For working women, pregnancy and maternity are vulnerable times. Maternity leave and breastfeeding breaks while at work are protected under national and international law in most countries.  Special protection is required in the ...
Food Security and Vulnerability Atlas of Indonesia 2015
World Food Programme, 2015
This annual report aims to provide a comprehensive geographic profile of food and nutrition insecurity across Indonesia, in order to enhance targeting, inform policy and improve the design of programmes for reducing vulnerability to f...
Indonesia’s ‘green agriculture’ strategies and policies: Closing the gap between aspirations and application
B. Leimona; S. Amaruzaman; B. Arifin / World Agroforestry Centre, 2015
With a focus on Indonesia, this study provides an overview of the state of-the-art of green agriculture, the policies and strategies associated with it, the commonly applied instruments, and the situation in the field. It aims ...
Data mapping on ageing in Asia and the Pacific: analytical report
B. Teerawichitchainan; J. Knodel / HelpAge International Asia, Pacific Regional Development Centre, 2015
Population ageing is an increasingly important demographic, social, and economic issue for researchers and policy makers throughout developing Asia prompting a need for data to monitor change and formulate evidence-based policies. The...
Subsidies to key commodities driving forest loss
M. McFarland; S. Whitley; G. Kissinger / Overseas Development Institute, 2015
This working paper argues that there is an increasing focus on the role that public and private resources can play in supporting activities that reduce forest loss as part of wider efforts to address climate change, and ensure sustain...
Making economic corridors work for the agricultural sector
E., G. Nogales / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2014
In times of economic crisis, development models that help create jobs, generate wealth, mobilise public and private resources and stimulate key economic sectors sustainably are more important than ever. While there are no universal so...
REDD Integrity: An evidence based approach to anti-corruption in REDD+
A. Williams; K. Dupuy; F. Downs / U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, 2015
Schemes for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) have emerged as a means to address deforestation trends in developing countries and related emissions of forest carbon. Governance and corruption challen...
REDD: A Collection of Conflicts, Contradictions and Lies
World Rainforest Movement, 2015
The complexity of REDD initiatives from another perspective. REDD: A Collection of Conflicts, Contradictions and Lies presents summaries of reports from 24 REDD projects or programmes with a common character...
Helpdesk Report: Evidence base for local block grants in Health
Department for International Development, UK, 2012
It was difficult to find examples that met the criteria of sub-national flexible block grants in health. Sections 2 and 3 cover the main two that were identified.  These are the Tanzania Essential Health Interventions Project (TE...
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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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