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- DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2017Village underdevelopment is considered a major contributor to Indonesia’s high levels of inequality. Law No.6 / 2014 (‘Village Law’) on villages’ governance and finance is regarded as the most progressive policy in the history of local governance in Indonesia, and has great potential for rural development.DocumentKota Kita, 2016Decentralisation has provided the opportunity for the participatory model of development planning and budgeting to be applied in Indonesia. Within the participatory planning and budgeting context, known as Musrenbang (Musyawarah Perencanaan Pembangunan), Indonesia attempts to apply a top-down and bottom-up mechanism simultaneously.DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2017Yayasan Kota Kita (Our City Foundation) is an Indonesian civil society organisation of governance practitioners who focus on urban planning and citizen participation in the design and development of cities. Following several years of experience with participatory budgeting in Solo city, in 2016 they carried out research to examine participatory budgeting processes in six Indonesian cities.DocumentOne World Action, 2008Achieving democracy, accountability and participatory governance are complex and long term processes. The Citizen’s Participation in Local Governance (CPLG) is a project implemented across the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia and Thailand which has provided exciting opportunities, challenges and risks for all involved.DocumentCenter for International Forestry Research, 2008Local governments have an important role to play in enhancing the wellbeing of forest communities, yet often lack the capacity to understand and address local needs.DocumentAbdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, 2007Decentralisation processes in the developing world have raised question about how local political processes affect the provision of local public goods. This paper explores how different local political mechanisms affect the satisfaction of community members in Indonesia.