The Research Institute
As an answer for its commitment, related to the social aspects from the three pillars of the national development programs, Jangkang Foundation, which was founded on June, 4th 2008, now has combined its two fundamental operational approaches, the research activity and community development action, into a single integrated conveying thought of research and community development called Jangkang Research Institute.
Besides being an effective scheme, by merging those two strategic approaches, JRI is expected to be capable in optimizing as well as developing its entire source of knowledge continually. While concurrently, to be competent in preceding information dissemination through consultancy, trainings, seminars, and other community development action, which is still related with all social aspects in Bali.
In the end, JRI is believed to be very proficient in providing comprehensive and integrated solutions concerning the development challenges in Indonesia, particularly Bali, by means of its competency, capacity and technology to provide full cycles of research, application, monitoring and evaluation. The institute ensures collaboration between mono-disciplinary research and a number of multidisciplinary research units under its body.
Recognized as a key institution that supports the national development programs.
Constructing and developing Bali’s knowledge asset.
- Implement fundamental researches by providing valid and essential input both historically and contextually, to guide regional development policies and interventions in Bali.
- Employing market and industrial researches on various private and state own corporations’ management levels that will ensure Bali’s investment rates.
- Indentifying and ensuring the perpetuity of Bali’s local wisdoms as well as the development of its local knowledge assets, in relation with their competency, capacity, and technology.
- Applying interdisciplinary research approaches which lead to the strengthening of institutional capacity, human resources, natural resource management, environmental management, conflict resolution, and human rights.
- Introducing and applying development models that suitable with the characteristics of local civil society and good governance.
- Actively encourage knowledge exchange by means of publications, seminars, trainings or workshops, in order to increase the accessibility as well as the utilization of data and information of the region.