Changes for Justice Project

Project Dates: May 2010 - May 2015
Reforms to the Indonesian justice system are bringing positive changes to the Supreme Court and Attorney General’s Office.

Over the last decade, multiple government institutions have implemented reforms to increase transparency and accountability. The USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) project worked with Indonesia’s Supreme Court and Attorney General’s Office to sustain and deepen reforms within the justice sector. CJ4 focused on reforms that improve management, transparency, and accountability processes. Additionally, CJ4 dedicated resources to reforms that improve the competence and integrity of judges, prosecutors, and their support staff as well as interactions between justice sector institutions and the Indonesian public. Each program activity was designed specifically to empower women and poor communities.