Please wait...

Book's

AIPJ Baseline Study on Legal Identity

Millions without Legal Identity in Indonesia

This baseline study was conducted in 2012-2013 by AIPJ (Australian Indonesia Partnership for Justice) as part of collaborative research that combines analytical data from multiple sources and studies carried out by AIPJ and several partner organizations. The study aims to

  • provide information on why the possession of a birth certificate is important for the welfare and social development of children in Indonesia
  • provide information on why a marriage and divorce certificate as well as other legal identity documents are important for the welfare and social development of women in Indonesia
  • identify the challenges facing citizens, especially poor women, vulnerable children, and persons with disabilities, in obtaining birth, marriage or divorce certificates in Indonesia
  • offer strategic policy recommendations and feedback on what needs to be done to overcome hurdles in obtaining birth, marriage or divorce certificates in Indonesia as identified earlier.

The baseline study is conducted in cooperation with the

  • Supreme Court, including the District Court, Religious Court, High Court and High Religious Court
  • Ministry of Home Affairs, including its local offices at the district/city and provincial levels
  • Ministry of Religious Affairs, including its local offices at the district/city and provincial levels
  • Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), Regional Development Planning Agency (BAPPEDA), and local governments
  • Centre for Child Protection Studies, University of Indonesia (PUSKAPA)
  • NGO for Women-Headed Household Empowerment (PEKKA)

The study covers the compilation and analysis of data from different sources

  • Household survey conducted by PEKKA on over 320,000 people in 17 provinces
  • Cross-sectional quantitative study in West Java, NTB, and NTT, and qualitative study in West Java, NTB, NTT, South Sulawesi, and North Sumatera, by PUSKAPA
  • Analysis of data from the National Socio-Economic Survey (SUSENAS) by the National Bureau of Statistics (BPS)
  • Data analysis of legal identity services, including data from the Supreme Court, Directorate General of Religious Courts (Badilag), Directorate General of General Courts (Badilum), Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Religious Affairs at the national level, and their local offices in 20 districts/cities in West Java, NTB, NTT, South Sulawesi, and North Sumatera

In-depth interview with stakeholders who are policymakers or service providers in 5 provinces (West Java, NTB, NTT, South Sulawesi, and North Sumatera) and 20 districts/cities, by AIPJ’s Legal Identity Program and PUSKAPA

Tinggalkan Balasan

Your email address will not be published.