|Monica Tanuhandaru||Direktur Eksekutif (ED)|
Executive Director’s Outlook
The Partnership remains vigorous in practicing its core mandates, i.e. bridging local, national and global collective actions, mobilizing resources commonly pooled to support transformations, as well as advocating the setting of reform agenda to all partners. A number of new initiatives have been developed with these spirit, among others in the area of financing climate adaptation initiatives, fighting against IUU Fishing and corruption prevention. All these actions are implemented synergic with our poverty reduction programs.
On top of those, the Partnership is consistently aware that the people must be placed at the heart of reforms. Hence, new initiatives are developed to enhance the resilience of the people most notably by improving the capacity in controlling and amplifying the ownership and use of data and information. Integrated within the peat land restoration project, a series of training are conducted on aerial mapping so that common members of communities are able to gather first hand data and information.
New initiatives are also developed to improve the integrity of governmental and political agencies. Collaborating with the Attorney General Office, a new initiative on asset repatriation and mutual legal assistance is ready for implementation. Meanwhile, to push the political reform further, the Partnership supports the improvement of political capacities of the young politicians in the Parliament.
|Agung Djojosoekarto||Tata Kepemerintahan Demokrasi dan Keadilan|
|Dewi Rizki||Direktur Program Tata Kepemerintahan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan|
|Peter van Tuijl||Penasehat Senior Pusat Pengetahuan dan Sumber Daya|
Peter, a Dutch national, currently serves as the Senior Advisor of the Partnership for Governance Reform. Previously, he worked for the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) in the Netherlands from 2007 to 2016. Between 2000 and 2007, he lived in Jakarta, Indonesia, and worked as a Civil Society expert with the UNDP-led Partnership for Governance Reform and as a Senior Technical Advisor for a project to combat corruption in the Indonesian National Police, under the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP), United States Department of Justice. Previously Peter worked as a Senior Advisor with OxfamNovib, focusing on NGO advocacy capacity building, and served as Executive Secretary to the International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID). He has published a number of articles in Academic journals and other media on the role of NGOs, transnational civil society, human rights, as well as on social and political developments in Indonesia, and is co-editor with Lisa Jordan of “NGO Accountability, Politics, Principles and Innovations” (Earthscan 2006). As Executive Director of GPPAC, Peter frequently writes and speaks out in the international media on issues of conflict prevention and peacebuilding. During the summer of 2015, Peter was a guest speaker professor with the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. Notre Dame University, to work on a new book on Civil Society and Peacebuilding, which will be published in 2016.