Assessing Indonesia’s development cooperation

Vasishtha, Aditya (2017) Assessing Indonesia’s development cooperation. Jindal Journal of Public Policy, 3 (1). pp. 133-144. ISSN 2277-8743

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Indonesia shows a great deal of individual initiative and sees more than half the population working either as self-employed or in micro-enterprises. The government wants to invest in such a resourceful population and help reduce poverty and this is in compliance with the National Development Plan objective for the period from 2015 to 2019 to promote small to medium-sized business and micro-enterprise. Indonesia’s role in the South-South Cooperation dates back to 1995 when it hosted the Asia Africa Conference, a milestone in the establishment of the Non-Alignment Movement (NAM) in 1961. NAM has been the foundation of the South-South Cooperation movement. It was then certainly strengthened by the establishment of G-77. Accordingly, Indonesia has set up its Developing Countries (TCDC) and Third Country Technical Cooperation (TCTP) international initiatives. The establishment of G-15 and D-8 and its membership in G-20 are helping boost the role of developing countries in the global community.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: National Development Plan-Indonesia | South-South Cooperation | Non-Alignment Movement-1961
Subjects: Social Sciences and humanities > Social Sciences > International Relations
Social Sciences and humanities > Social Sciences > Public Policy
Social Sciences and humanities > Social Sciences > Development
JGU School/Centre: Jindal School of Government and Public Policy
Depositing User: Mr. Syed Anas
Date Deposited: 06 Apr 2022 06:27
Last Modified: 06 Apr 2022 06:27
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