Changes for Justice (C4J) Project

About C4J

The Changes for Justice (C4J) Project is funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Chemonics International. The project began in May 2010, and will continue through May 2014.

The C4J project is focused on sustaining and deepening reforms in the Indonesian justice sector to produce a less corrupt, more accountable, and more efficient justice system. This goal will be achieved through a more efficient, credible, and transparent Supreme Court and Attorney General's Office, including increasing the competence and integrity of judges, prosecutors, and staff. Integral to meeting these goals, the project is designed to meet special initiatives to further strengthen the reform process in the Indonesian justice sector.

Where We Work

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The Palembang District Court

The Palembang District Court is under the High Court of the South Sumatra Province.  In addition to hearing civil and criminal cases, the court also has jurisdiction over industrial relations disputes, and it will be responsible for anticorruption cases in the future.  The USAID C4J project is providing technical assistance for the court in the form of implementation of an automated case tracking system and computer hardware; improved public information services, including a new “model” public information desk; legal aid; and specialized trainings for judges and court staff. Implementation of the CTS in Palembang has included procurement of computers, servers, internet, networking, and electrical remediation.

For more information on the Palembang District Court and case information, visit www.pn-palembang.net

The Samarinda District Court

The Samarinda District Court functions under the authority of the High Court of the East Kalimantan Province.  In addition to hearing civil and criminal cases, the court also has jurisdiction over industrial relations and anticorruption cases.  The USAID C4J project is providing technical assistance for the court in the form of implementation of an automated case tracking system (CTS); improved public information services, including a new “model” public information desk; and specialized trainings for judges and court staff.  Implementation of the CTS in Samarinda has included procurement of computers, servers, internet, networking, and electrical remediation.

For more information on the Samarinda District Court and case information, visit www.pn-samarinda.net.

The Bandung District Court

The Bandung District Court hears civil and criminal cases under the authority of the West Java High Court.  It has jurisdiction over industrial relations and anticorruption cases.  The USAID C4J project is providing technical assistance for the court in the form of implementation of an automated case tracking system and computer hardware; improved public information services, including a new “model” public information desk; and specialized trainings for judges and court staff.  Implementation of the CTS has included procurement of computers, servers, internet, networking, and electrical remediation.

For more information on the Bandung District Court and case information, visit www.pn-bandung.go.id.

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