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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 1, January 2015 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Planning Model Collaboration For Acceleration Local Autonomy (Case Study Respect Program In Raja Ampat)

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Artemas Mambrisauw



Key words: collaboration, community empowerment, development planning



ABSTRACT: The planning process undertaken by the government, both central and local governments that have implemented more dominant top-down approach and is unable to absorb the interests of society. This can be evidenced by the proposed rural development programs proposed by Development Planning Meeting., always alone can not be accommodated by the central government, and local government, even though the system has been improved planning reforms to use bottom-up planning, but the fact that planning is performed only performed the ceremonial start of the village, subdistrict, district, provincial to national level. Thus, the activities of development planning undertaken only to meet the demands of Act No. 25 of 2004. With regional autonomy granted to local governments through Act No. 32 of 2004 and Act No. 21 of 2001, the Province of Papua, the Raja Ampat government can implement a collaborative planning model for the acceleration of regional autonomy. Thus, the authors can examine three aspects namely; (1) how planning Raja Ampat about RESPECT program as an alternative to the acceleration of regional autonomy; (2) how the collaborative planning model that is done to support the acceleration of regional autonomy, (3) how the concrete manifestation of the acceleration of regional autonomy through the RESPECT program. Of the three aspects can be found that there is a form of collaborative planning undertaken by the Government of Raja Ampat Regency Strategic Plan, plan participation, and planning is done through the RESPECT program that can accommodate the needs of development programs needed by the people in each village or town throughout the territory of Raja Ampat.



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