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GGSJ junior researcher and Phd candidate Anggun Susilo contributed to a report by the Asian Development Bank as principal researcher.

cover-mainstreaming-cdd-indonesiaThe publication, entitled “Toward Mainstreaming and Sustaining Community-Driven Development in Indonesia” is available for download on the website of the ADB.

As noted on the ADB website:

Through case studies, the study examines the ongoing transition from the government’s long-standing National Community Empowerment Program to mainstreaming through the government’s regular planning and budget allocation system through the Village Law, which was enacted in early 2014. The study summarizes important lessons learned and policy implications from the first year of Village Law implementation.

GGSJ researcher Max Regus has published an article in the South Asia Weekly.

KPU-pemilu2014.jpgkk_The article is entitled: “Indonesia; Its election and the questions on the table” and deals with the forthcoming elections in the country and the broader implications this has.

The full article is available here.

50 scholarships per year are available for Indonesian lecturers who want to pursue their PhD in the Netherlands.

For 2014 some changes in this scholarship scheme, sponsored by NUFFIC-NESO have been announced.


For more information please refer to the DIKTI Scholarship document here, which provides a more elaborate description of the Dutch channel and the procedures, or contact Shita Wulandari via shita.wulandari@nesoindonesia.or.id.

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