Among the Indonesians, a few groups cannot be reached by public services due to vertical conflicts (with the government) and horizontal conflicts (with other groups). These community groups are hidden populations who do not get their rights as Indonesian citizens—the unreachable group results in a social gap between these excluded groups and other groups. These groups do not have access to social interventions such as direct cash assistance because they do not have National Identity Cards leading to the government not registering them as direct cash assistance recipients.
The dissemination of the concept of "Public Services for Marginalised Groups" to sub-national government apparatus.
The public service model for marginalized groups uses a social inclusion approach. This approach aims to improve the welfare of all community groups, including the marginalized groups. For example, giving recognition to the identity of this excluded marginal group in population data will open access to public services for them. With the dissemination of the concept of public services for marginalized groups, it is hoped that Regional Apparatus Organizations can create inclusive programs in their respective regions.
This program is in line with the Open Government value, namely inclusion. The marginalised group can be included if they can get their rights as citizens in general. In other words, this program aims to make public service models that can embrace/include marginalised or excluded groups.
This program is in line with the RPJMN Priority Program related to the Implementation of Integrated Service and Referral Systems, especially the availability of up-to-date social welfare data and Goal 1 of the SDGs to eradicate poverty.
Webinar on Public Service Innovation for Marginalised groups: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMhDUFALl9M and OGI News https://ogi.bappenas.go.id/storage/files/news/E7VPT8dU1QJq2p87cdJJxx5QbYKb12j6E3uZw5XY.pdf
Related documents: https://drive.bappenas.go.id/owncloud/index.php/s/8FIy0p0DPqiPJcJ
FGD on Preparing the Guidelines on Public Service for Marginalised Groups- February 2021: https://drive.bappenas.go.id/owncloud/index.php/s/Kkg3N0jXx38izSR
Recommendations for the Implementation of Social Safety Nets for Marginal Groups Affected by COVID-19: https://ogi.bappenas.go.id/storage/files/news/sgMLJZRDFMiOU5gDJi4D90zxIJgPW0RPYqLbjDgz.pdf
Vulnerable Groups in Pandemic Periods: Climate Change Perspectives and Socioanthropology: https://ogi.bappenas.go.id/storage/files/news/PgsuVWivxecBy9Sqj00oJBfsl94LlB4q7UiE6Vkk.pdf
Launching of Sorong Regency Public Service Innovation: https://drive.bappenas.go.id/owncloud/index.php/s/uPHGJJAYOxJkeIv
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|The number of regions that received dissemination of the concept of "Public Services for Marginalised Groups" to sub-national government apparatus (OPD)||On Going||
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Data Dukung B12 https://drive.bappenas.go.id/owncloud/index.php/s/FpMGOkJAF99mXtH
Data Dukung B18 https://drive.bappenas.go.id/owncloud/index.php/s/d9w5t4qZh54IcKU