INKLUSI is focused on greater inclusion, including for women, people with disability and other marginalised groups. Specifically, INKLUSI is working to improve inclusion through these following four priority areas:
Improving Access to Services
Protection from Violence
Economic Resilience and Livelihoods
Inclusive Participation in Development
To do this, INKLUSI delivers the following activities:
Facilitates Collective Action
INKLUSI brings together civil society partners so that they can agree on, and pursue, priorities to further progress gender equality, disability and social inclusion.
INKLUSI facilitates dialogue and information sharing on gender equality, disability and social inclusion between civil society, government and service providers to strengthen inclusion through coordination and consistency.
Advice and Support
INKLUSI works alongside partners as they strengthen their approaches to gender equality, disability inclusion and social inclusion.
Capturing and Sharing Evidence
INKLUSI gathers robust evidence that can be drawn upon by advocates, policymakers, academics and others as they seek to progress towards greater
gender equality and social inclusion.
INLKUSI awards and manages multi-year grants to civil society partners.
A considered, evidence-based approach
INKLUSI works to gather evidence on the complex and lived experiences of marginalised people. We then work with Indonesian partners to build on this knowledge to address the barriers faced by marginalised people to participating in and benefitting from Indonesia’s development.
To do this, we begin by understanding that marginalised individuals or groups can experience multiple barriers to development, these may be physical, identity-based, or based on other characteristics. For example, a person may experience a disadvantage due to their gender, having a disability, and living in a remote area.
When an individual, or group of people, finds themselves unable to fully participate in society due to one or more factors, addressing the barriers they face is challenging. By taking a considered, evidence-based approach to identifying and understanding these barriers, INKLUSI and our partners can more accurately identify needs and advocate for the change needed to leave no-one behind.