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Work Focus

Welfare Initiative for Better Societies
Fiscal Policy

Perkumpulan Prakarsa believes that taxes are vital for the source of state income, an instrument to reduce inequality and enforce independence.

Social Policy

Perkumpulan Prakarsa believes that the welfare of citizens is a goal and a means of progress for a nation.

Sustainable Development

Achieving human welfare by ensuring the sustainability of natural resources which are now increasingly limited is a challenge of the time.

ABOUT perkumpulan prakarsa

Perkumpulan Prakarsa is an NGO in Jakarta that works to explore and explore innovative ideas on improving welfare policies through independent research and active involvement with stakeholders at the local, national and global levels.

We work with governments, parliaments, financial authorities, civil society organizations, universities, international organizations, the private sector and mass media to bring ideas into initiatives and policy change actions.

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PRAKARSA REPOSITORY

Prakarsa has a publication repository that can be accessed publicly through the website neliti.com.

Agenda of Activities

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what people say about us
Ah. Maftuchan

I hope that the Prakarsa will produce young researchers and research results that are more down-to-earth and contributive to Indonesia.

Ah. Maftuchan

J Kristiadi

Indonesia’s challenge in the future is not more easy, preferably because it does not only come from political economy issues but also issues of identity crisis and intolerance especially by narcissists who tend to be racist.

J Kristiadi

Setyo Budiantoro

We believe that the movement and model of research carried out by the Prakarsa will not only help the government in fighting poverty but also the wider public in its perspective of seeing better Indonesian development.

Setyo Budiantoro

Ah. Maftuchan

I hope that the Prakarsa will produce young researchers and research results that are more down-to-earth and contributive to Indonesia.

Ah. Maftuchan

J Kristiadi

Indonesia’s challenge in the future is not more easy, preferably because it does not only come from political economy issues but also issues of identity crisis and intolerance especially by narcissists who tend to be racist.

J Kristiadi