Indonesia is the only country in the Asian that is surrounded by 40000 km pacific fire ring, which makes Indonesia vulnerable to the threat of an earthquake. Related to this geographical fact, the government should pay more attention to earthquake disaster management in order to minimize the risk of loss if an earthquake occurs. This research discusses the Strategy of Building Collaborative Governance in Post-Earthquake Disaster Management on the Western Island of Java, accredited the Western Island of Java is the region that has the highest risk in Indonesia affected by the earthquake, both the risk of loss of life, physical loss and economic loss. This research uses a Post Positivist Approach with Qualitative Data Collection Methods. Using a collaborative governance analysis by Emerson, Nabatchi and Balogh which has several elements of system contexts such as: resource conditions, policy legal frameworks, prior failure to address issues, political dynamics, network connectedness, level of conflict or trust, and Readiness Level of Collaborative Goverenance by John Wanna, who has several levels, First: the highest level, The Second: middle to high level, The Third: middle level, The Fourth: middle to low level, and Fifth: lowest level. This article found that collaborative governance in post-disaster management on the Western Island of Java turned out to be still not going well because it was still full of sectoral egos and non-governmental organizations participating in the post-earthquake response still lacked understanding of the rules and procedures so that the assistance provided was less distributed as should.
|Title of host publication||Readiness Level of Collaborative Governance in Post-Earthquake Disaster Management: Case of Western Island of Java|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|