program

As one of the commitments in supporting and strengthening democracy and human rights (HAM), since March 2017, The Habibie Center (THC) implement the program Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Indonesia: Towards Inclusive and Data-based Framework . These programs are generally designed to increase resilience Public (social resilience) Indonesia against threats radicalism, violence fueled by extremism and terrorism. Final destination (ultimate goal) the program will be achieved through three main targets, namely:

  1. Strengthening policy making and formulating counter terrorism strategies or data-driven extremism;
  2. Capacity building and involvement of Indonesian civil society in dealing with terrorism and / or extremism in Indonesia; and
  3. Improving the quality of legal instruments concerning terrorism and / or extremism in Indonesia.

In order to achieve this result, the activities that will be carried out have been arranged done during this program. These activities designed to achieve the following outputs:

  1. Provides a database related to terrorism and extremism attacks as well efforts to handle it. This database will be updated regularly periodically and can be accessed by the public on-line;
  2. Provides a database related to terrorism and extremism attacks as well efforts to handle it. This database will be updated regularly periodically and can be accessed by the public on-line;
  3. Compiling a monograph as input for the revised terrorism bill comply with international norms and standards regarding human rights universally;
  4. Prepare (briefing notes) thematic studies based on analysis of data from databases and strengthened by studies qualitative in the field;
  5. Conduct in-depth research on Indonesia's deep experiences tackling the issue of terrorism and extremism;
  6. Disseminate the results of studies through seminars, workshops, and publish them on the program website
  7. Hold discussions and consultations with related governments findings and analysis in a brief review;
  8. Conduct training and capacity building for government officials and civil society in four provinces;
  9. Hold knowledge sharing meetings to strengthen civil society organization network; and
  10. Campaign through spreading of graphic info and others for fishing broader public discussion on counter terrorism issues.

This program is supported by Counter-Terrorism and Capacity Building Program (CTCBP), Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), Canadian Government.