How Civil Society Organizations Work Politically to Promote Pro-Poor Policies in Decentralized Indonesian Cities


By Laurel MacLaren, Alam Surya Putra, Erman Rahman

Occasional Paper No. 6, June 2011

A brief paper examining how civil society organizations take advantage of the increased opportunities created by decentralization to influence local policy outcomes in urban areas of Indonesia, focusing on the cities of Semarang and Pekalongan. 

Posted June 29, 2011
Related locations: Indonesia
Related programs: Strengthen Governance


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