Strengthening Youth Participation in Local OGP implementation

Other — Seminar/Panel

Indonesia — May 17, 2022 @ 1:00pm - 3:00pm GMT+07:00


Partner — Media Link and INFID


Indonesia has been undergoing the Open Government Partnership since 2012. Indonesia has even become one of the founders and members of the Steering Committee for the third time at the global level.

Towards the 10th year of OGP implementation, it is time for Indonesia to involve a big role from young people. Apart from the fact that the youth population reaches 30 percent of the total population in every region in Indonesia, there have been several initiatives, for example in Brebes Regency and Semarang City, to draft Regional Regulations (Perda) on Youth Involvement in Development. Good practice of involving young people needs to be further developed and replicated in several other local governments. In accordance with the OpenGovWeek momentum in Indonesia, the webinar “Strengthening Youth Participation in Local OGP implementation”

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