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Journal : Journal of Public Administration Studies

Government and Civil Society Partnership in Waste Bank Program in Kediri, Indonesia Wijaya, Andy Fefta; Mindarti, Lely Indah; Permana, I Made Dwi
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : FIA UB

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This research is aimed to address how the patterns of partnership between government and civil society in waste bank program in Perumahan Wilis Indah II Kota Kediri, how its role, the process of what has been conducted in achieving the success of the partnership, and the benefits of each actor and the target group that existence in the partnership. This study used qualitative approach, particularly descriptive analysis. Primary data was collected from interviews, and field observations. Secondary data was collected from documents to complement primary data related to the focus of research such as Act No. 18 Year 2008, Mayor Regulations, Mayor Decisions, Head of SKPD Decisions, RPJMD Kota Kediri, Kediri Waste Characteristic Studies, and Kediri in Figures. This study revealed the partnership amongst government, private, and society use principle of mutual benefit partnership with synergistic partnership. The roles of government, civil society, and NGOs in general they are together make planning and execute the project. In particular, the government has roles as a motivator, endorsement of commitment, setting the rule and law, and also accompany to both physical and non-physical action. For the NGO role is providing assistance in physical and non-physical action and society as waste bank operator. Based on the process condition theory of which is states that to ensure the success of the partnership there are 12 conditions that should be fulfill, in fact the partnership in waste bank of Sri Wilis Kediri is not all the same as in theory.
Optimizing Stakeholder Role in Handling Conflict Between College of Pencak Silat Setia Hati Terate With Setia Hati Winongo Fikri, Rachman; Noor, Irwan; Mindarti, Lely Indah
JPAS (Journal of Public Administration Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.jpas.2021.006.01.6


The regency and City of Madiun became the cultural center of Pencak Silat school. There are 11 schools that are affiliated with IPSI. The eleventh of the school has its own Pencak Silat identity. Different identity of the schools raises conflicts, such as PPSHT with PPSHW. Conflicts often occur when doing the tradition of Suran Agung. The Regency and city Madiun government have made various efforts to implementation of Law No. 7 of 2012 about handling of social conflict but that has not been optimal. The research raised of the problem about how the optimisation pattern of stakeholder role in the handling of conflicts between PPSHT and PPSHW in the Regency and city of Madiun by conducting a perspective mapping of stakeholders involved. This research uses qualitative descriptive methods to focusing on 1) role policy Creator, 2) Coordinator, 3) facilitator, 4) Implementer and 5) accelerators in the handling of conflicts transformed into the development of Madiun tourism The Village of Indonesia Fighter. The results of this study revealed that not yet optimal role of each stakeholder in the handling of conflicts even less do a transformation of conflict into the development of Pencak Silat tourism destination. This is due to the absence of a policy derivative in the form in local regulations and has not yet synergitas the role of stakeholders between the regency government and the city of Madiun. So, there is interesting attraction to fight for the Icon of Pencak Silat and throwing responsibility for the conflicts that occur.