Mickael Bobby Hoelman has previously carved out a career with Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) in the early stage of its inception and acquired invaluable working experience at the UK Department for International Development (DFID). He was formerly the advisor on advocacy and governance for Oxfam Great Britain in Indonesia and now entrusted with the position to manage the Democracy and Governance program of Tifa Foundation. An economics graduate with an advanced degree in political science, Hoelman is keen in conducting studies and a frequent facilitator and resource person in numerous discussions, primarily related to social accountability. Tifa Foundation is a grant-making organization that strives to build an open society by actively strengthening civil society in Indonesia. Since 2012, Tifa is dedicated to advance quality democracy in Indonesia. Tifa Foundation’s vision is a society in which citizens, businesses and the government promote good governance, nurture solidarity and support individual rights, particularly the rights and views of women, minorities, and other disadvantaged groups. Tifa works to promote an open society in Indonesia, one which respects diversity and honors the rule of law, justice and equality.
Jan 14, 2014 / 0 Comments / in Citizen participation, Poverty alleviation, Public policy, Transparency
Social Audit Initiative turns to the voice of the people by bringing their opinions to the fore as a central part of the assessment process, and at the end contribute to more pro-citizen service and policy.