Support for Justice Sector Reform in Indonesia (SUSTAIN)

16/07/2019 - 12:00
Rule of Law

SUSTAIN is a €10 million project, funded by the EU and implemented by UNDP. It provided technical assistance to the Indonesian Supreme Court and its subordinate courts to increase transparency, integrity and accountability of the judiciary and the quality of justice services delivered to the people.


Duration: 5 years (July 2014 to July 2019)

EU funding: €10 million

Implementing partner: UNDP



The EU-funded Support for Justice Sector Reform in Indonesia (SUSTAIN) programme was recently completed after five years of operation. The €10 million programme, funded by the EU and implemented by UNDP, was launched in July 2014. The programme has strengthened the rule of law and consequently enhanced public trust in Indonesia's judicial system through a series of initiatives aimed at improving integrity, transparency and accountability of the judiciary.


One of its key achievements included the development of digital innovations, such as SIWAS or Sistem Informasi Pengawasan (Control Information System), and SIPP or Sistem Informasi Penelusuran Perkara (Digital Case Tracking System), to enhance internal and external oversight mechanisms of the judiciary.


SUSTAIN has also contributed to improving the technical skills and gender sensitivity of Juvenile, Environment and Administrative court personnel, including judges, registrars and bailiffs.





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