AIPJ II is a five year AU$37 million Australian Government-funded program of support for the justice and security sectors in Indonesia. The overall aim of the program is to provide a strong and accessible justice and security institutions that enhance respect for enforceable rights- and rules-based governance systems contributing to stability and the region.
The program provides reform support under five pillars:
- Transparency, accountability and anti-corruption;
- Countering transnational crime and security strengthening;
- Promoting religious tolerance and countering radicalisation;
- Prison reform; and
- Gender equality and disability rights.
AIPJ II works with Civil Society Organisations (CSO) as advocates of change, by supporting coalitions and partnership between Indonesian CSO and Indonesian state institutions as well as Indonesian state institutions and their Australian peers.
Having successfully implemented the first phase of AIPJ starting in 2011, Cardno continues to provide support for Phase II which includes: all program management services; planning; budgeting; monitoring and evaluation activities; capacity building for civil society organisations; and reporting. We also provide strategic, operational and logistical support to the Partners; and act as a relationship liaison to key stakeholders to ensure partnership engagement.
Photos credit: AIPJ / DFAT