Gender Responsive Budgeting: State and Civil Society Initiatives

Citation:

Salim, Agus. 2016. “Gender Responsive Budgeting: State and Civil Society Initiatives at National and Sub-National Levels in Indonesia.” In Gender Responsive and Participatory Budgeting, edited by Cecilia Ng, 179–93. SpringerBriefs in Environment, Security, Development and Peace 22. Springer International Publishing

Author: Agus Salim

Abstract:

The Indonesian government began the process of institutionalizing gender concerns with the presidential instruction on gender mainstreaming in 2000. A regulatory framework governs the GRB initiative at the national and sub-national levels including both government and civil society actors. Over the past decade, GRB initiatives have been conducted by both government and civil society at both national and sub-national levels. Cooperation between civil society and government, while not without its tensions, has been critical to the promotion of gender responsive planning and budgeting in Indonesia.

Keywords: gender mainstreaming, gender budgeting, National strategy

Topics: Civil Society, Gender, Gender Budgeting, Governance Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Indonesia

Year: 2015

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