In Indonesia, we advance reforms that improve Indonesia’s environmental governance, increase social inclusion, strengthen justice systems, protect human rights, and promote tolerance and equitable economic growth.
Combating corruption through the judicial system
Corruption is a challenge in Indonesia, so the Foundation worked with the Supreme Court to develop systems to improve tracking, monitoring, and adjudication of corruption cases. We also developed an eLearning module for Anti-Corruption Certification for judges and created a robust judicial online data analysis hub to improve knowledge around and the quality of corruption cases’ adjudication. The hub now attracts 12,000-20,000 visitors daily, processes 27,000-52,000 searches per day, and hosts more than 5.3 million judicial decisions.
NEWS FROM INDONESIA
Legal documentation for Indonesia’s most vulnerable
Lack of legal identity documentation in Indonesia makes many citizens essentially invisible to the system in Indonesia, unable to access health care or social programs. The Foundation’s Peduli program made it possible for 7,063 people from vulnerable communities to obtain legal identities that they previously could not, a move made even more urgent during a global pandemic.
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Leaders for a Better World
Tuesday, November 9, 2021, 6PM PT