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With the phasing out of Dutch development aid in 2020, the bilateral relationship will enter a transition phase. This phase is meant to ensure that important partnerships are not abruptly cut off and that crucial relationships and networks continue to exist. This phase also allows key stakeholders to jointly map out the priorities that will shape the new bilateral relationship and the importance of a well-functioning rule of law.
To this end, the P2P project was established. This project aims to contribute to the sustained, long term peer to peer partnerships and knowledge exchange between Indonesian and Dutch legal professionals in support of concrete justice reform areas in Indonesia. The project will run from 2019 to 2023.
Peer to peer relations
The project facilitates existing and new partnership between the Supreme Court of Indonesia (Mahkamah Agung) and the Supreme Court of the Netherlands (Hoge Raad), the Ombudsman of Indonesia (ORI) and the National Ombudsman of the Netherlands and the Indonesian Probation Service (Dirjen Pas) and the Dutch Probation Service (Reclassering Nederland). By facilitating these relationships, the project aims to contribute to concrete judicial reforms efforts in Indonesia.
In addition, P2P seeks to further strengthen the Indonesian – Dutch network of legal professionals by supporting the Working Group Indonesia to ensure its role as prime network of and for Indonesian and Dutch rule of law professionals and main driver to steering the bilateral relation. The Dutch Working Group chapter will be chaired by CILC and the Jakarta chapter by Nuffic-Neso.
Emily van Rheenen