about

The Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) is dedicated to providing policy analysis and practical policy recommendations to decision-makers within Indonesia’s legislative and executive branches of government.

 

As a strictly non-partisan and non-profit think tank, CIPS promotes social and economic reforms that are based on the belief that only civil, political, and economic freedom allow Indonesia to prosper. We are being financially supported by donors and philanthropists who appreciate the independence of our analysis.

 

CIPS has appeared in both Indonesian and International media outlets such as Kompas, Media Indonesia, Metro TV, Kompas TV, CNN Indonesia, BBC, The New York Times, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal and many more.

about

The Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan think tank that advocates for practical policy reforms informed by evidence-based policy research and analysis. Our policy perspectives are based on the belief that only civil, political and economic freedom allows Indonesians to achieve greater prosperity. 

 

CIPS advocates policy recommendations to decision-makers within Indonesia’s legislative and executive branches of government. We are being financially supported by donors and philanthropists who appreciate the independence of our analysis.

Our Vision

A free and prosperous Indonesia. 

Our Mission

Research, recommend, and advocate for public policies that empower Indonesians to lead prosperous and peaceful lives. 

Our Principles

CIPS believes that Indonesia’s social and economic development and greater economic prosperity of the Indonesian people depend on: 

  • Wider economic opportunities and access to open markets that allow Indonesians to create wealth and sustainable livelihoods. 

  • Access to wider educational choices based on the needs of the family.

  • Security to live peacefully in an open and plural society.

  • Strong local communities with sustainable income opportunities, secure property rights, and public health.

We are thankful to be supported by those who believe in our mission and appreciate the independence of our analysis. You can also join those who are paving the way to create a more free and more prosperous Indonesia. 

 

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Saidah Sakwan

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Dr. Arianto Patunru

Nursyam - CIPS Secretary

Nur Syamsuddin

senior fellows

Margareth Horhoruw

Kadir Ruslan

Muhammad Maulana

Dr. Deasy Pane

Dr. Totok Soefijanto

Our Team

Anthea Haryoko

Head of External Relations

Clarines Sadira

Events and Partnerships

Eky Triwulan

Digital Manager

Indra Setiawan

Junior Researcher

Noor Halimah Anjani

Junior Researcher

Vera Ismainy

Media Relations Manager

Arumdriya Murwani

Junior Researcher

Dahlia Ramya

HRGA Officer

Farha Fikria

Finance Executive

Latasha Safira

Researcher

Pingkan Audrine

Researcher

Virza Prasetyo

Graphic Designer

Andree Surianta

Associate Researcher

Bhimanto Suwastoyo

Content Editor

Dr. Donny Pasaribu

Associate Researcher

Felippa Amanta

Head of Research

Nadia Azzahra

Researcher

Thomas Dewaranu

Researcher

Windi Nathiya 

Chief Operating Officer

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Dr. Donna Gultom

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Rainer Heufers

 
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