Civil society and justice reform in Indonesia: an evaluation of the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice

April 2015 to July 2016

This evaluation was funded by the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ) via Cardno Emerging Markets. It examined two phases of the AIPJ pathway of change, asking to what extent and in what ways:

  • AIPJ has expanded the reach and strengthened the quality of work of its civil society organisation partners
  • civil society organisation partners have influenced changes in the justice system

Drawing on Outcome Harvesting principles, RAPID developed evidence-based case studies on legal aid, legal identity and court reform, and conducted a cross-case analysis to better understand the role of AIPJ and civil society organisations in contributing to justice sector reform in Indonesia over time.

This project contributes to RAPID’s second outcome: making research and evaluation more useful.

Outputs

Formalising legal aid in Indonesia

Working and discussion papers | July 2016 | Ancilla Irwan and Simon Hearn
This case study presents an overview and history of legal aid in Indonesia, with a focus on the role of civil society organisations.
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Civil society and justice reform in Indonesia

Research reports and studies | July 2016 | Simon Hearn, Anne Buffardi, Ancilla Irwan and Kwan Men Yon
This report presents findings from an evaluation of the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice, which aims to realise the rights of Indonesia's most vulnerable citizens.
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