Project Profile

The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice

Jangka Waktu Project:
June 2011 to June 2016
Organisasi Pendana:
  • DFAT Australia
Pemerintah Mitra:
  • Mahkamah Agung
  • Kejaksaan Agung
  • Kementerian Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia
  • Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional
  • Komisi Yudisial
  • Komisi Nasional Anti Kekerasan terhadap Perempuan
  • Kejaksaan Komisi Pengawasan
  • Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi
Lembaga Mitra:
  • Cardno International
Project Sektor:
Wilayah Kerja:
Nusa Tenggara Barat, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Sulawesi Selatan
Anggaran Project:
AUD $ 50 million
Kontak Detail:

ast Nusa Tenggara (NTT)
Kantor Australia Indonesia Partnership for Juctice (AIPJ)
Jl. Polisi Militer No. 2 Kupang, 85111
Telp. +62 380 833 099
Fax. +62 380 833 199

West Nusa Tenggara (NTB)
Kantor BAPPEDA Provinsi NTB
Jl. Flamboyan No. 2 Mataram, 83126
Telp. +62 370 641101
Fax. +62 370 641102

Kantor Australian Indonesia Partnership for Justice (AIPJ)
Contact person : Husaima Husain (Provincial coordinator)
Jl. A. Mappanyukki No.32 Makassar
Tel: +62411 832228
Fax:+62411 852146

Project Summary:

The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice (‘AIPJ’) is a five year program funded by AusAID.  The program works with key national law and justice institutions to transform high-level reform commitments into concrete improvements in accessibility and services.  The program also builds partnerships between law and justice institutions of Indonesia and Australia.

AIPJ is designed to contribute to the Government of Indonesia’s current Medium-term Development Plan (2010-2014) goal of “Improved adherence to good governance principles based on the rule of law and human rights and supported by government agencies that are clean, respected, responsible and professional.”
The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice focuses on realising the rights of all Indonesians, in particular poor women, vulnerable children and people with disabilities.  AIPJ approaches realising rights by working in partnership with key government institutionsas well ascivil societyand local communities.  

Building on the successes of previous Australian law and justice programs, AIPJ focuses on the following rights: 
* Legal identity (birth, marriage and divorce certificates) as one 
precondition to realising basic economic and social rights, such as 
education and health care.
 * The right to fair and accessible justice services 
 * The right to legal information.