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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 ii AIPJ2 is supported by the Australian Government and implemented by Cardno Contact Information Kerri Amos Senior Consultant Cardno Œ Jakarta Level 18, International Financial Centre (IFC) Jl. Jend eral Sudirman Kav. 22 Œ23 Jakarta 12920 Indonesia +6221 8086 9802 kerri.amos@cardno.com Document History Version Effective Date Description of Revision Prepared by Reviewed by 1 3/8/2018 AIPJ2 K. Amos 2 This publication has been funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The views expressed in this publication are the author™s alone and are not necessarily the views of the Australian Government. Copyright in the whole and every part of this document belongs to DFAT and may not be used, sold, transferred, copied or reproduced in whole or in part in any manner or form or in or on any media to any person other than by agreement with DFAT. This document is produced by Cardno solely for the benefit and use by DFAT in accordance with the terms of the engagement. DFAT does not and shall not assume any responsibility or liability whatsoever to any third party arising out of any use or reliance by any third party on the content of this document .

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 iii Contents Acronyms ..iv Executive Summary vi 1 Introduc tion . 1 2 Summary of activities undertaken . 1 2.1 Foundational activities .. 1 2.2 Influencing activities .. 3 3 Assessment of Progress against AIPJ2 Objectives 16 3.1 Overview ..16 3.2 Pillar 1 Œ Transparency, Accountability and Anti -Corruption ..17 3.3 Pillar 2 Œ Transnational Crime and Security Strengthening 18 3.4 Pillar 3 Œ Preventing Violent Extremism 23 3.5 Pillar 4 Œ Corrections Reform .24 3.6 Pillar 5 ŒGEDSI .25 4 AIPJ2 Governance and Management 26 4.1 Governance .26 4.2 Management ..27 5 AIPJ2 forward strategy ..27 Annex 1 Infographics on overall scope of AIPJ2 ..29 Annex 2 Staffing and Technical Advisers ..31 Annex 3 Financial summary 35 Annex 4 AIPJ2 Significant Policy Change narratives 2017/18 ..36 Annex 5 AIPJ2 Contribution to RPJMN Ob jectives ..47 Annex 6 Changes in the Political Economy ..49 Annex 7 Risk Register .52

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 iv Acronyms Acronym English Indonesian ABF Australian Border Force Kesatuan Perbatasan Australia AFP Australian Federal Police Kepolisian Federal Australia AGO Attorney General™s Office, Indonesia Kejaksaan Agung Indonesia AGPAII The Association of Islamic Teachers Asosiasi Guru Pendidikan Agama Islam Indonesia AIPJ2 Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice 2 Kemitraan Australia Indonesia untuk Keadilan 2 ASEAN Association of Southeast Asia Nations Asosiasi Negara -negara A sia Tenggara AUSTRAC Australian Transaction Re ports and Analysis Centre Pusat Pelaporan dan Analisis Transaksi Keuangan Australia BAPPENAS Indonesia National Planning Body Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional BERDAYA Rumah KITAB™s child marriage project Program dari Rumah KITAB untuk pencegahan perkawinan anak BNPT National Agency for Combatting Terrorism Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Terorisme C-SAVE Civil Society Against Violent Extremism Organisasi Masyarakat Sipil melawan kekerasan ekstrimisme CSO Civil Society Organisations Organisasi Masyarakat Sipil DFAT Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Kementrian Luar Negeri Australia DGC Directorate General of Corrections, Indonesia Direktorat Jenderal Pemasyarakatan, Indonesia DPO Disabled People™s Organisations Organisasi Penyandang Disabilitas GEDSI Gender Equality, Disability, and Social Inclusion Kesetaraan Gender, Disabilitas, dan Inklusi Sosial GoI Government of Indonesia Pemerintah Indonesia INP Indonesian National Police Kepolisian Republik Indonesia JCLEC Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Semarang) INP Indonesian National Police KPK Corruption Eradication Commission Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi LEIP Research and Advocacy Institute for Independent Judiciary Lembaga Kajian dan Advokasi Independensi Peradilan MAPPI Indonesian Judicial Watch Society , University of Indonesia Masyarakat Pemantau Peradilan Indonesia UI MEL Monitoring , Evaluation and Learning Pengawasan, Evaluasi, dan Pembelajaran MIS Management Information System Sistem Manajemen Informasi OJK Financial Services Authority Otoritas Jasa Keuangan PERMA Supreme Court Regulation Peraturan Mahkamah Agung PERPRES President Decree Peraturan Presiden PPATK Indonesian Financial Transaction and Analysis Center Pusat Pelaporan dan Analisis Transaksi Keuangan PSHK Indonesia Center for Law and Policy Studies Pusat Studi Hukum dan Kebijakan PVE Preventing Violent Extremism Mencegah Enstremisme Kekerasan RAN National Action Plan Rencana Nasional RANHAM The Indonesian National Action Plan on Human Rights Rencana Nasional Hak Asasi Manusia RPJMN The Indonesian Mid Term Development Plan Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional RPP Disability Law implementing regulations Rancangan Peraturan Pemerintah

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 v Acronym English Indonesian SAPDA Advocacy Center for Disabled Women and Children Sentra Advokasi Perempuan Difabel dan Anak SDP Corrections Database System Sistem Database Pemasyarakatan SIGAB Organisation for Disability Integration Sasana Integrasi dan Advokasi Difabel SPAK I am a Woman Against Corruption Saya Perempuan Anti Korupsi TAF The Asia Foundation WGWC Working Group of Women and Countering Violent Extremism Kelompok Kerja Perempuan dan Penanggulangan Ekstremisme Kekerasan YPP Institute for International Peace Building Yayasan Prasasti Perdamaian

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 vi Executive Summary The Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice 2 (AIPJ2) commenced in April 2017, and is a five -year investment by the Government of Australia with an indicative budget of A$37 million . AIPJ2 aims to support cooperation between Australian and Indonesian institutions and civil society organisations (CSO) to contribute to the overall goal of: Str ong and accessible justice and security institutions that enhance respect for enforceable rights and rules -based governance systems, over time contributing to stability and prosper ity in Indonesia and the region. This second progress report covers the peri od from 1 January to 3 0 June 2018. Achievements: Transparency, accountability and anti -corruption > The Guidebook on Adju dicating Women in Contact with the Law was launched by the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Indonesia in March 2018. > In May 2018, a draft of the Disability Law implementing regulation (RPP) on Social Rehabilitation was delivered to the Ministry of Social Affairs. > The new Presidential Regulation on the National Action Plan on Human Rights. (PERPRES No.33/2018) was issued in April 2018, and through AIPJ2 support and assistance, many of the actions specifically addressed the human rights of women and people with disabilities. > A concept paper and action plan on Restorative Justice has been drafted with AIPJ2 support, and submitted to Bappenas in June 2018. Bappenas aims to develop a Restorative Justice policy paper and include an action plan in the next Medium Term Development Plan. Achievements: Countering transnational crime and security strengthening > The ABF has enhanced partnerships through a deliberate shift from single agency focused training to multi -agency courses where components of training touch on more than one agency™s priorities. They believe this is the first step in driving greater cooperation and collaborat ion between border authorities. > As a result of the Threat and Risk workshops, DGCA developed a new national regulation (Directorate General Decree KP238/2017) incorporating a new risk management methodology and requiring all Indonesian airports to impleme nt risk assessment tools developed under the project. > The Advanced Technology Implementation Project supported the development and implementation of nationally consistent policy and standard operating procedures for the implementation and use of advanced s creening technologies at airports. > This Aviation Security Regulatory Enhancement & Operational Benchmarking visit led to the identification of five key improvement areas of focus for DGCA: regulatory design and consultation requirements; systems to report and respond to transport security incidents; DGCA™s approach to threat and risk management; the need for governance and capability reform; and the need for the establishment of a system to security categorise Indonesian airports. > As a result of the AUSTR AC analyst exchange program, participants have enhanced partnerships and a stronger understanding of the systems and analytical methods employed by each country . Specific understanding of the similarities and differences across systems and analytics allows for more effective exchanges as each partner is aware of the strengths and weaknesses affecting counterparts and how and when they respond to each other. > As a result of the AFP™s comparative study tour to Australia by the INP Corruption Investigation Dire ctorate to Canberra and Melbourne, INP gained knowledge of key legislative reform s enabling the State to confiscate criminal assets that might be replicated in Indonesia to help address corruption and other organised crime.

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 1 1 Introduction Th e Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice 2 ( AIPJ2 ) commenced in April 2017. This second Six -Monthly Progress R eport covers the period from 1 January to 30 June 2018 . This report provides information under four main headings : > summary of activities undertaken > assessment of progress against AIPJ2 objectives > AIPJ2 governance and management > AIPJ2 forward in strategy . The primary audience s for th is report are DFAT and Bappenas. Annex 1 provides infographics on AIPJ2™s overall scope, including its theory of change. 2 Summary of a ctivities undertaken This section of the report is divided in to two main parts . > Foundational Activities Œ which AIPJ2 directly manages to establish and maintain its capacity to deliver relevant and effective support to and through partners . > Influencing Activities Œ which are AIPJ2™s core services /value added and are primarily delivered by implementing partners (through grant agreements), with technical and administrative support from the AIPJ2 team as required. 2.1 Foundational activities AIPJ2 continues to place emphasis on ens uring that both the team and core implementing partners have the systems, skills and incentives to effectively deliver results. Foundational a ctivities implemented during the reporting period have included : Activity Status ( as at 30 June 2018 ) Capacity building for AIPJ2 team and partners Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) workshop for AIPJ2 team and adviser s The workshop was held on 14 Œ16 March in Bogor , and attended by 32 participants (20 women and 12 men , of which two were diss able d). The workshop was designed and delivered by AIPJ2™s Senior MEL adviser . The primary purpose was to ensure that all team members understood key elements of the AIPJ2 MEL Framework and the practical implications for their work, including: activity planning information collection and analysis quarterly reflection events with partners reporting requirements , including to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade ( DFAT ) and Bappenas ongoing learning and adaptation. Participant feedback was very positive with participants givi ng a mean rating of 5.3 out of 6 with respect to how useful the workshop was in helping them to plan and monitor their programs of work . Rapid Outcomes Assessment training for AIPJ2 team and selected partners The training was held on 22 March at AIPJ2 office and attended by 27 part icipants (17 women , 10 men , of which one was di ss able d). The training was designed and delivered by SOLIDARITAS. The primary purpose wa s to support the process of preparing significant policy change narratives as part of AIPJ2™s focus on influencing policy reform and meeting its reporting obligations to DFAT . AIPJ2 and partners subsequen tly worked together to prepare three significant policy change narratives (Supreme Court PERMA No.3 of 2017 on women in contact with the law,

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 2 Activity Status ( as at 30 June 2018 ) Corrections Database Systems , and High -Risk Inmates and Corrections regulations ), which were submitted to DFAT at the end of May . The training ensure d that the significant policy change narratives were prepared in a participatory , structured and consistent way. Feedback from DFAT was very positive, with two of APJ2™s significant policy change narratives being recognised as highly significant policy changes. Facilitation skills training for AIPJ2 team A two -day facilitation skills training was heId at AIPJ2 Knowledge Hub from 5 to 6 June, attended by 10 AIPJ2 staff (sev en women and three men ). The training was designed and delivered by AIPJ2™s MEL Adviser, with support from SOLIDARITAS. The primary purpose of the training was to su pport AIPJ2 staff in taking on the role of facilitating AIPJ2™s quarterly reflection events with partners, which is still led by SOLIDARITAS. As a result of the training, six of the participants were identified to co -facilitate the next round of quarterly reflections, which has been successfully conducted. Quarterly reflections with partners are a key element of AIPJ2™s approach to supporting effective MEL, and the process continues to be adapted and refined in response to partner needs. Child Protection training AIPJ2 conducted a child protection training jointly with DFAT counterparts on 25 April, attended by 28 participants including representatives from 12 new PVE partners. This is a mandatory training for organisations which will potentially work with and be in contact with children. Gender Equity, Disability and Social Inclusion (GEDSI ) GEDSI mainstreaming, GEDSI rubric and team collaboration on GEDSI The new AIPJ2 organisational and activity structure developed in early 2018, has resulted in GEDSI c hanging from a stand -alone pillar to a support function for other pillars. While this new approach has strengthened the collaboration between the GEDSI team and the pillar teams, it has also led to some questions about how to ensure that GEDSI specific act ivities continue to be accommodated within the work plan and budget, which are being addressed by management . To support the mainstreaming of GEDSI into AIPJ2 pillar work, the GEDSI team developed a GEDSI Rubric, to help support and assess GEDS I mainstrea ming in each pillar. At this stage, the tool has been tested out on two pillars within AIPJ2 (Pillars 1 and 4). The tool ha s proved useful in stimulating thinking and discussion about how to strengthen GEDSI within Pillar work. However, some refinements ar e required which will be undertaken in the next month or so with inputs from the MEL Adviser. Within this reporting period, stronger collaboration is has developed between the GEDSI team and other pillars through dialogue and discussion. Good examples include the collaboration between Pillar 4, The Asian Foundation ( TAF ), Centre for Detention Studies , Centre for Human Rights, Islamic University of Indonesia (PUSHAM UII) and the GEDSI team in initiating the disability assessment study in three prisons. S imilarly, on the work to develop a guidance book on PERMA 3/2017, GEDSI team and its partner, SAPDA, are working together with Pil lar 1™s partner, Masyarakat Pemantau Peradilan Indonesia ( MAPPI ), to draft this guidance which will include a disability inclu sion component. Knowledge Hub , Management Information System (MIS ) development and information sharing platforms Establishment of the K nowledge H ub The internal physical space of the Knowledge Hub was completed in April 2018 and has since been actively used by partners , GoI and the AIPJ2 team to convene meetings and trainings. MIS The MIS wireframe design was finalis ed in April 2018 and Saraswati are now developing the M IS system which should be operational by August. Knowledge Sharing Platform This has been developed as one platform but with different communities of practice having slightly different needs: justice reform and anti -corruption; PVE and security. As an equity initiative, AIPJ2 has started the PVE knowled ge sharing work with the WGWC . They now hold the power over access control, design features and content standards . Group members have participated in design thinking workshops held by AIPJ2 and Saraswati and convened meetings to determine the governance i ssues above. Other communities are interested but have yet to be engaged through workshops.

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 3 Activity Status ( as at 30 June 2018 ) AIPJ2 website AIPJ2 launched a new website on 12 March 2018. The new website provides access to information on AIPJ2 scope, activities and results being achieved, as well as links to other information sources . It also supports sharing and exchange of partners™ news by featuring their news updates and backlink s to their own website s. The website retains information from AIPJ . AIPJ2 Partnership Conference The first AIPJ2 Partnership Conference was held in Jakarta on 9 April at the National Library and attended by 187 people. The theme was ‚ Toward Restorative Justice: Strengthening Coalitions in Justice and Law Enforcement ™. The primary purpose of the Conference is provide a public space for AIPJ2 partners to meet, interact, show -case their research and advocacy work, and share thei r views on how to advance Go I™s justice and security sector reform agenda. Operations , staffing and finance The AIPJ2 Makassar office was formally opened by local government and the Australian Consul General in Makassar on 29 January. The Makassar office currently focuses on providing support for building coalition s to address early marriage, disability inclusion , and supports Indonesia Justice Reform Forum initiatives. AIPJ2 has updated and improved its documentation of Activity Statements, as well as the consisten cy between Activity Statement and Grant Agreement formats and content. Monthly and quarterly reporting formats and processes also continue to be reviewed and improved. New AIPJ2 staffing and adviser appointments were made namely: Peter Riddell Carre was appointed as the new Deputy Team Leader and start ed work on 16 April . Imam Nugraha was appointed as a new Grants Officer on 19 April and will support the Grants and Contracts team. Wiwiek Awiati was appointed as Senior C onsultant Reform Co -ordination i n the first week of March. This position will provide advice to Bappenas and DFAT on establishment of the co -ordination platform and on the Indonesia Legal and Judicial Reform agenda. Five specialist national PVE Advisers were appointed part -time to work clos ely with our PVE partners and provide strategic oversight and support to Pillar 3 A modified AIPJ2 organisati onal and reporting structure was agreed and put in place in April as part of the appointment of the new D eputy Team Leader and in response to the findings of the Performance Review of AIPJ2 team members conducted in January . An updated AIPJ2 staffing and adviser list and organi sational chart is provided at Annex 2 . AIPJ2™s financial management has improved through clear communication with DFAT, clearer cost coding through the new activit y structure and accurate monitoring of commitments and expenditure. The financial summary at Annex 3 shows AIPJ2™s strong financial performance with 85% efficiency and 100.1% budget execution . 2.2 Influencing activities AIPJ2 provides the bulk of its support through grants to Indonesian and Aus tralian implementing partners. These influencing a ctivities contribute to AIPJ2™s Intermediate and End of Facility Outcomes. AIPJ2™s overall Theory of Change is provided in diagrammatic form a s part of Annex 1. > Our reporting on influencing activities (and on outcomes as provided in section 3 of this report ) is organi sed under the headings of each of AIPJ2™s five Pillars ,: > Pillar 1 Œ Transparency, accountability and anti -corruption > Pillar 2 Œ Security and transnat ional crime > Pillar 3 Œ Preventing violent extremis m > Pillar 4 Œ Correction system reform > Pillar 5 Œ Par tnership development and GEDSI Reporting under Pillar 1 now includes GEDSI activities that were previously reported under Pillar 5 , in particular AIPJ2 support for development of Disability Law implementing regulations and the National Action Plan on Human Rights. With respect to influencing activiti es, we can report the following in section 2.2.1.

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AIPJ2 Progress Report 1 January to 30 June 2018 4 2.2.1 Pillar 1 Œ Transparency, Accountability, Anti -Corruption Partnership Focus of work and activities undertaken Partnership with Lembaga Kajian dan Adv okasi Independensi Peradilan (LE IP) – Organisation for Study and Advocacy for an Independent Judiciary Focus : Enhanced g overnance mechanisms for legal and judicial reform Key activities undertaken : Indonesian Judicial Reform Forum conference was held in January 2018 at the Perpustakaan Nasional (National Library) . The conference reviewed the achievements of the instituti ons involved in judicial reform and p roduced recommendations for strengthening collaborative action going forward . Civil Society Organisations ( CSO ) coalitions agreed to meet regularly to ensure an effective division of roles and responsibilities in conducting judicial reform research and advocacy, with a focus on policy change in inst itutions and social change in the community. In June, LEIP completed their work on the assessment of new management arrangements for the Judicial Reform Team Office . The assessment highlights: the Supreme Court™s high expectations with respect to the expertise, professionalism and integrity of Judicial Reform Team Office staff the need for a diversified funding base for Judicial Reform Technical Office , not just one donor; and the need for future funding from the state budget to make it sustainable Judicial Reform Team Office ™s role should be to act as a bridge between the Supreme Court and CSOs, facilitating the Court in the planning, monitoring and evaluation of its reform priorities the need fo r a full time Judicial Reform Team Office coordinator , 2 or 3 technical consultants, a full time administrative officer and a communications specialist. AIPJ2 Focus : National Plan of Action on Human Rights Key activities undertaken : The Joint Secretariat completed a the Annual Report of Human Rights Action Plan 2017 . AIPJ2 supported the Joint Secretariat to conduct seven consultation s in March , which included DPOs/CSOs review ing the RANHAM achievement indicators for 2018-2019 AIPJ2 supported the Ministr y of Law and Hu man Rights to conduct a socialis ation of RANHAM in Makassar and Bulukumba districts, South Sulawesi province. It was found that the level of RANHAM implementation reporting is still low due to many districts being unaware that the reporting of RANHAM implementation can be done online , and a lack of cooperation with CSOs that carry out human rights activities on the ground . AIPJ2 Focus: Res torative Justice Key activities undertaken : At the request of Bappenas, AIPJ2 helped convene a restorative justice working group involving CSOs, to support development of a restorative justice concept paper and action plan for incorporation in to the next Medium Term Development plan. Monthly meetings of the restorative justice working group team have since been held, at which agreement has been reached on a draft of restorative justice definition and principles , respective roles and responsibilities of team members, and a work plan . In June the team submitted a draft of their gr and design and im plementation plan to Bappenas. Bappenas expects to have an action plan prepared by November 2018, with support from the restorative justice team. Partnership with Masyarakat Pemantau Peradilan Indonesia (MaPPI) Judicial Monitoring Community Indonesia and Family Court of Australia Focus : Women and children in contact with the law Key activities undertaken : The internal Court launch of The Guidebook on Adju dicating Women in Contact with the Law (Buku Pedoman Mengadili Perempuan Berhadapan dengan Hukum) was held in January 2018 by Chief Justice Hatta Ali . The formal launch , in which the Family Court of Australia, CSOs and Government Minsitries participated, was in March 2018 . The Guidebook provides guidance to judges on how to implement PERMA 3/2017. Development of a n online tool to be used by CSOs and university students to record findings from analys is of court decisio ns in the following cases : child support , sexual violence , and child marriage dispensation . This work is undertaken in collaboration with the Family Court of Australia, Universitas Islam Negeri , MAPPI, PUSKAPA (Pusat Kajian

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