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Expulsions à Jakarta

Anas, Our organization received very disturbing information from civil society organizations and mass media in Indonesia about your government’s planned mass forced evictions of 4,646 families (18584 people) living under the freeways, such as Rawa Bebek(Block A-G),2100 families,Jembatan Tiga, 500 families,Kolong Tol Walang A, 125 families,Kolong Tol Walang B, 131 families,Kolong Tol Muara Karang, 200 families,Kolong Tol Petak Seng-Jelambar, 231 families,Kolong Tol Jalan Tongkol,159 families,Kolong Tol Warakas, 1200 families.

Rencana Tata Ruang Wilayah (RTRW) DKI Jakarta 2010-2030. Platform Nasional Pengurangan Risiko Bencana Indonesia. .: SC-DRR - Safer Communities through Disaster Risk Reduction :. EPAT: Jakarta, Indonesia: The Economics of Water and Waste. The Mapmaker. Interview: Marco Kusumawijaya, architect and green spaces activist By Erwin Maulana and Christen Jamar Marco Kusumawijaya’s name is often followed by a long list of professional identifiers—architect, chairman of the Jakarta Arts Council, urban planner and activist, to name a few.

The Mapmaker

He has made a name for himself defending Indonesia’s urban public spaces through his books—Kota Rumah Kita (The City as Our Home, 2006) and Jakarta Metropolis Tunggang Langgang (The Scrambling Jakarta Metropolis, 2004) and by introducing the Green Map movement to Indonesia’s cities. He initiated the network with a Green Map for Jakarta (Green Maps use universal icons to identify a community’s natural, cultural and sustainable resources and thereby promote sustainable living) and he has since published three Jakarta Green Maps and assisted with eight other cities’ maps. Indonesia Young Planners Blog. Working Indonesia. Urban Growth in Jakarta, Indonesia. Located on the northwest tip of the island of Java, the city of Jakarta looks out over the Java Sea.

Urban Growth in Jakarta, Indonesia

Like many urban areas all over the world, Jakarta, Indonesia, is growing. Since 1976, the population has more than doubled. More people require more housing, more stores, and more streets. This urban growth means that surrounding, undeveloped land has been transformed. This time series of images shows the growth of the city between 1976, when the population was 6 million, and 1989, when the population was 9 million, and 2004, when the population was 13 million. The Asia Foundation : Indonesia (Overview) Indonesia was recently ranked in the top 25 percent in the 2012 Open Budget Survey, which measures budget transparency, participation, and oversight in more than 100 countries around the world. Yet corruption, inequity, poverty, and decaying infrastructure are obstacles to Indonesia becoming fully open and thriving. Our programs strengthen the effectiveness of democratic institutions and legal and judicial systems, empower women’s political participation, and support environmental governance.

Read country overview. Condemned Communities. This 115-page report describes the Jakarta regoinal government’s excessive use of force to clear out urban slums.

Condemned Communities

It draws on numerous evictees’ accounts of government security forces beating or mistreating them before destroying their homes and possessions. Many residents say they were given so little warning before their homes were razed that they did not have enough time to collect their belongings. Others describe how security forces opened fire on communities and set buildings alight while people were still inside. The government of Jakarta justifies many of the evictions by claiming it is trying to ensure public order, remove trespassers from private or state land, or clear land for infrastructure projects. However, the government has used excessive force to conduct the evictions and failed to provide alternative housing or other assistance to the displaced. All Volumes. ANU Indonesia Project. Indonesia. KADIN-INDONESIA. Badan Perencanaan dan Pembangunan Nasional. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum.

Departemen Dalam Negeri - Republik Indonesia. URDI - Home. Universitas Indonesia. Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen, Pelatihan Manajemen, Riset Manajemen, Konsultansi Manajemen dan Penerbitan Buku Manajemen. Indonesia. About Indonesia As the world’s fourth most populous country with abundant but diminishing natural resources, a diverse population fragmented along a volcanic archipelago and 115 million people living on less than $2 a day, Indonesia has a future that is both bright and challenging.


The world’s third largest democracy with the largest Muslim population, Indonesia is a model in modern nation-building. USAID invests in Indonesia’s future: in children and youth, in jobs and income for poor families, in conserving natural resources and sustaining governance reform. Indonesia (10/09) More information about Indonesia is available on the Indonesia Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet.

Indonesia (10/09)

The United States established diplomatic relations with Indonesia in 1949, following its independence from the Netherlands. Indonesia’s democratization and reform process since 1998 has increased its stability and security, and resulted in strengthened U.S. -Indonesia relations. Transformation: Indonesia. Mobilités, flux et transports. Indonésie. ANU - Australia Indonesia Governance Research Partnership. Jakarta Social Blog.  Photography from Asia. Posted on 25. Aug, 2012 by Brandon . Fushimi Inari Taisha Kyoto, Japan. Hathi Trust Digital Library - Growing apart : oil, politics, and economic change in Indonesia ... Antara Kita - Home. Home. Danareksa Research Institute. Statistics Indonesia. The Ultimate Indonesian Homepage.