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Culture : A New Way of Thinking for Local Government Tuesday 4 October 2011 Melbourne Town Hall, Swanston Street, Melbourne, Australia

Jakarta’s Experience

Multiculturalism and Planning

Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Diversity in Unity)

In Indonesian context, implementing democracy implies several important points. Plurality is recognized, being proven by the national creed “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika”, which indicates that Indonesian plurality be acknowledged.

Pancasila (Five Principles of the Republic of Indonesia)

1. 2. 3. 4.

5.

Belief in the one and only God ; Just and civilized humanity ; THE UNITY OF INDONESIA ; Democracy guided by the inner wisdom in the unanimity arising out of deliberations amongst representatives ; Social justice for the all of the people of Indonesia.

Republic of Indonesia Other Country

Kal-Tim Minang

Sul-Ut

Kal-Teng

Kal-Sel

Maluku Sul-sel

Yogya Bali

NTT

Papua

Jakarta as A Melting Pot Position of Jakarta : 509’12” – 6023’54” South Latitude & 106022’42” – 106058’18” East Longitude Land area : + 661,52 km2 Sea area : + 6.997,50 km2

Boundaries : West East South North

Vision and Mission of Jakarta

: Banten Province : Bekasi Regency : Depok City & Bogor Regency : Coastline along + 32 km

Ethnic Composition of Jakarta 0.59% 0.57% 0.25% 0.10% 1.62% 3.18% Java

3.61%

Betawi Sunda

5.53% 35.16%

Chinese Batak Minangkabau

15.27%

Malay

Bugis Madura Banten

27.65%

Banjar

Population Percentage Based on Religion 0.34 6.00

0.13 3.75

4.03

85.74

Moslem

Catholic

Protestant

Hindu

Buddha

Others

Vision and Mission of Jakarta Vision

Mission

Jakarta as a convinient and prosperous city for ALL. 1. Implementing good governance; 2. Serving people with service excellence; 3. Empowering community to participate in in all stages of development; 4. Building urban infrastructures and facilities to guarantee convinience and environmental sustainability; 5. Creating dinamic urban living for growth and prosperity.

Strategic Plans for Multiculturalism (1) 1. Preserving Betawi’s culture in the context of Jakarta as Capital City of Indonesia which is multicultural. 2. Facilitating acculturation process between local/Indonesian cultures and foreign cultures.

3. Developing world-class cultural center in “Taman Ismail Marzuki.” 4. Revitalizing heritage area/buildings of Old Town (Kota Tua) as economic creative area; 5. Developing Betawi cultural area (Kampung Budaya Betawi); 6. Developing “Taman Mini Indonesia Indah” (Miniature of Indonesia Park) as part of Jakarta’s cultural development effort.

Strategic Plans for Multiculturalism (2) 7. Minimizing potential conflicts among community groups; 8. Increasing awareness of religious and ethnic groups for not using violence; 9. Cooperating with police in developing neigborhood safety and security sistems; 10.Increasing role of religious communication forum (Forum Komunikasi Kerukunan antar Umat Beragama FKKUB); 11.Increasing awareness of community in religious tolerance.

Implementation of Plan (1) • Forming of Religious Communication Forum

Implementation of Plan (2) • Sunday Morning Gathering at Kelurahan by Governor

Sunday Morning Gathering by Jakarta’s Governor at East Jakarta

Sunday Morning Gathering at Matraman District Governor at Situ Lembang Park, Menteng

Implementation of Plan (3) • Interactive Park Development in every neighborhood

Suropati Park, Interactive Park in Menteng

Street Musician Performance at Suropati Park

Menteng Park, Interactive Park in Menteng

Implementation of Plan (4) • Forming of Neighborhood Assocation (RT/RW)

Regular meeting of neighborhood association at Kemanggisan

Regular activity of neighborhood association

Implementation of Plan (5) • Community service programs by community and government apparatus

The activity called as “Kerja Bakti”

Implementation of Plan (6) • Multicultural festivals in Jakarta’s anniversary and Independence Day Celebration

Output / Outcome (1) Development of Cultural Diversity

Betawi Cultural Village

The house of Betawi

Entrance to the village

Output / Outcome (2) Development of Cultural Diversity

Kerak Telor , Betawi’s culinary

Ondel-ondel – The art of Betawi

Water Tourism

Output / Outcome (3) Increased number of performers’ participation in arts and cultural performances Performers 106,000 104,000 102,000 100,000 98,000 96,000 94,000

105,000

+ 6,2%

98,520

2009

Performers

2010

Output / Outcome (4) Increased number of visitors to the museums Visitors 2,150,000

2,200,000

+ 8,1%

2,100,000 2,000,000

1,976,025

Visitors

1,900,000

1,800,000 2009

2010

Output / Outcome (5) Increased number of audience in multicultural performances Audience 2,550,000

2,600,000 2,500,000 2,400,000 2,300,000

Audience

2,259,450

+ 11,4%

2,200,000 2,100,000 2009

2010

Output / Outcome (6) Increased number of cultural and arts studios development Studios 200 150

160 120 Studios

100

+ 25%

50 0 2009

2010

Output / Outcome (7) Increased number of actors and actreses Actors 2,250

2,500 2,000

1,800

1,500

Actors

1,000

+ 20%

500 0 2009

2010

Sukesti Martono Deputy Governor of Cultural Affairs

[email protected]

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