The development of a country cannot be separated from development which includes the fulfillment of children's rights. Through the Regulation of the State Minister for Women's Empowerment and Child Protection of the Republic of Indonesia Number 11 of 2011, it was emphasized the importance of establishing a Child-Friendly City Development Policy. The regulation triggered the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government to remain committed to realizing the Eligible City of Children by creating Child-Friendly Integrated Public Spaces (RPTRA) in administrative cities. From 31 indicators set by the Ministry of Women's Empowerment (KPP) for Eligible Cities, 70 to 80 percent of them can be achieved through RPTRA. Due to the high budget needs, the government cannot operate alone but also collaborates with the private sector in its development. This study aims to find out collaborative governance conducted by the government, and the private sector in the provision of Sungai Bambu Integrated Child Friendly Public Space (Ruang Publik Terpadu Ramah Anak, abbreviated as RPTRA) facilities, North Jakarta City. This research is important because it can provide an overview and conclusions related to collaborative governance modelling in the construction of RPTRA. This study uses a post-positivist approach based on the Collaborative Governance theory by Emerson & Nabatchi (2015). Interviews and documentation studies were data collection techniques. The results of this study indicate there is a dynamic of responsive collaboration between one component and another. The Context System factors that influence the dynamics of collaboration are public resources and service conditions, policy and legal frameworks, socio-economic and cultural characteristics, political dynamics and power relations, and the history of conflict.
|Title of host publication||Collaborative Governance in Providing Facilities of Sungai Bambu Child Friendly Integrated Public Space, North Jakarta City|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|