Complaining to improve governance: four stories of complaint-handling systems in Indonesia
Usmani, Monica Luthfina
Putri, Dinita Andriani
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Since joining the Open Government Partnership in 2011, the Indonesian Government has shown some commitment towards implementing initiatives that increase citizen voice and social accountability. These include a series of ICT-based complaint-handling systems that give members of the public an opportunity to highlight problems with the delivery of public services to those in a position to fix them. Yet the reach and uptake of these systems – which are both national and local – varies considerably across the country, for a number of reasons. This research examines four cases of complaint-handling systems. It asks how, and by whom, complaint-handling systems are used, in order to establish what makes a complaint-handling system succeed or fail.
CitationSiregar, F., Luthfina Usmani, M., Kumaralalita, L., Nufaisa, H. and Andriani Putri, D. (2017) Complaining to Improve Governance: Four Stories of Complaint-handling Systems in Indonesia, Making All Voices Count Research Report, Brighton: IDS
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