The purpose of this report is to summarize the findings of a Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG) Assessment carried out in Indonesia from October 1-19, 2012. The main objectives of the assessment are to identify the key problems of democracy, human rights, and governance in the country; analyze the structure of opportunities and constraints different actors and institutions face in advancing democratic reform; and provide a set of programmatic recommendations for the United States Agency for International Development's Indonesia Mission (USAID/Indonesia) as the Agency prepares its next five-year strategy. Recommendations are based on a realistic evaluation of the most important opportunities for reform in the country and an assessment of the types of interventions that are within USAID's manageable interests and have the potential for achieving the greatest impact. That will increase the effectiveness and sustainability of DRG programs in Indonesia.
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