In Indonesia, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) promotes democracy, human rights, economic freedom, and curbing climate change primarily by working with partners.
Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia: The Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) Indonesia and the Ministry have partnered since 2015. Thenceforward, FNF has been involved in many cooperation schemes with the Directorate General of Human Rights to implement policies related to human rights protection and fulfillment in Indonesia, e.g., the National Action Plan for Human Rights, Human Rights Friendly City, and the countering measures against disinformation and hoax.
Wonosobo District Government: The collaboration between FNF Indonesia and the Wonosobo District Government has been long established since 2006, initially focusing on the village government strengthening program. Afterward, in 2014, the focus shifted towards supporting the agenda of human rights promotion and fulfillment. Nowadays, the district is renowned for its earnest devotion as a human rights-friendly district in Central Java.
Institute for Empowerment Movement (LeGePe): An independent foundation that has a vision and mission of improving the welfare and empowerment of communities across Central Java, one of which by alleviating poverty and reducing unemployment through empowerment in social, humanitarian and religious field.
Journalist Association for Diversity (SEJUK): The association was established in 2008 by journalists from various well-known media, human rights activists, interfaith dialogue and writers. FNF and SEJUK have been working together in organizing multiple workshops on diversity journalism throughout the country.
Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS): An independent, non-profit and non-partisan think tank that advocates for practical policy reforms informed by evidence-based policy research and analysis. CIPS advocates policy recommendations to decision-makers within Indonesia’s legislative and executive branches of government.
Institute of Democracy and Social Welfare (Indeks): A local civil society organization with mission to promote the improvement of democratic quality and social welfare based on individual freedom in socio-political and economic life, equality before the law, and voluntary solidarity.
Climate Institute: Established in 2017, it is a non-profit organization that has a mission in educating and empowering Indonesian youth to be active in voicing out the impact of climate change which will later promote the welfare of the community in Indonesia. FNF and Climate Institute have been regularly conducting educational seminars and workshops from time to time.