CHANGES FOR JUSTICE PROJECT

CLIENT : CHEMONICS
YEAR : 2014
MOTION GRAPHIC : LEPASKENDALI LABS
JINGLE & SCORING : BINTANG MUSTIKA x WAIWAI Studio

Partnering with Indonesia’s Justice System to Promote Reform

Working with Indonesia’s Supreme Court and Attorney General’s Office, the Changes for Justice project is promoting transparency and accountability within the justice system.

Through the Changes for Justice project (C4J), Chemonics and USAID work with Indonesia’s Supreme Court and Attorney General’s Office to sustain and deepen reforms in the justice sector and to achieve those institutions’ objectives for bureaucratic reform. 

The project promotes reforms in the following areas: enhancing management, transparency and accountability processes; increasing the capacity, integrity, and technical legal competence of judges, prosecutors, and their support staff; and improving the interface between these justice sector institutions and the Indonesian public. 


Integral to achieving reforms, the project addresses special initiatives of the U.S. government, in agreement with the counterpart institutions, to further strengthen the reform process in Indonesia’s justice sector. 

The C4J project works to create reforms in human resources and budgeting/finance. Additionally, the project also assists in case management, information technology, and training programs. Working with justice sector institutions, the project promotes effective communications and public information services to help build public trust in the justice sector. Under USAID funding, C4J increases the access to justice and provides targeted technical assistance in both substantive legal issues and management. Each activity is targeted specifically to women and the poor.

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