Changes for Justice (C4J) Project

Recent Activities

Workshop on Judiciary Budget Independence.

On 13 February 2014, the Supreme Court conducted the second discussion on the judiciary budget independence attended by approximately 50 persons from the Supreme Court and stakeholders from Bappenas, the Ministry of Finance, and House of Representatives DPR). Paramadina Public Policy Institute (PPPI) facilitated the discussion and presented the result of study on the judiciary budget independence. All parties agreed that it is imperative for the Supreme Court to have the judiciary budget independence as an integral part of the judiciary independence.

13 Mar 2014

Biodiversity Paralegal training for community in Ketapang

C4J conducted Paralegal Training for the community in Laman Satong village, Ketapang, on 11-13 February 2014. Thirty community representatives participated in the training. In the training, the community agreed to establish a Paralegal Forum which will conduct continuous consultation with C4J and Telapak in assisting the community prior to the litigation process. This forum will be organized by a committee which was selected directly by the community during the training.

11 Mar 2014 - 13 Mar 2014

Sharing Session on Human Resource Best Practices.

The 4th Sharing Session on HR Best Practices was held on 5 February 2014 at the Supreme Court with the topics of: “Sasaran Kerja Pegawai Negeri Sipil – SKP” (Performance Target for Public Employees) and “Laporan Akuntabilitas Kinerja Instansi Pemerintah – LAKIP” (Public Institution Performance Accountability Report). 50 participants attended including Head of Legal and Public Relations Bureau, Head of Finance Bureau and Chief Judges from Jakarta’s area courts. The resource persons were pak Purwanto, the Director of Employee’s Performance of Badan Kepegawaian Negara (Agency for Civil Servants), Ibu Rukmi Hadihartini, C4J Advisor and former HR Director of PT. Pertamina (Persero), and pak Ronald Andreas Annas, Assistant Deputy for policy development, bureaucracy reform, apparatus accountability and supervision at the Ministry of PAN (State Apparatus) and Bureaucracy Reform.

05 Mar 2014

Latest Articles

Helping Indonesian Court Improving Public Access to Information
Helping Indonesian Court Improving Public Access to Information

Yuli and Dian, two Law students, were seen one afternoon spending an hour in the public information desk area of the East Jakarta District Court. They were researching and collecting court case data using the court’s case tracking system (CTS) which they accessed through the website kiosk display. The CTS is a web-based application that enables public to access court information including case data on district courts’ own websites. Both students claimed that this has saved them significant amount of time rather than having to go through the hundreds of thick court register books. This kind of scene was completely non-existent just five years ago. In the past four years, United States for International Development…

Read More » 11 Feb 2014
A Visionary Leadership Aiming for Fully-Automated Court
A Visionary Leadership Aiming for Fully-Automated Court

A small district court in Central Java has shown the country that leadership with clear vision and a little bit of ingenuity can transform a run-of-the mill court into a modern court with always-on information that minimizes bureacracy, optimizes time and case management, and maximizes public service. Klaten, a town smacked in the middle of former ancient kingdoms in Central Java, is an unlikely candidate to host a model court to be the first in the country to go fully electronic. However, this is what will likely to happen in the next year after Klaten District Court has undergone a transformation in the past two years since the appointment of its Chief Judge Eka Budhi…

Read More » 10 Feb 2014
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