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KADIN INDONESIA

Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

KADIN INDONESIA

Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Working Programs

BIDANG Organisasi, Hukum, dan Komunikasi

Vice Chairman Coordinator for Organization, Law, and Communication has developed 49 working programs throughout 2023, divided into four groups:

  • Organizational strengthening = 30 working programs
  • Regional economic strengthening = 15 working programs
  • Human resources strengthening = 2 working programs
  • International cooperation strengthening = 2 working programs.

Moreover, Vice Chairman Coordinator for Organization, Law, and Communication also has several developing programs which are:

  • Presidential Regulation 18/2022:
    Vice Chairman Coordinator for Organization, Law, and Communication will conduct massive socialization, issue legal summons for those who claim to represent Kadin Indonesia, publish Kadin Indonesia attributes, and require /coalitions/groups/unions to be under KADIN and become members. Additionally, the vice chairman coordinator will draft and refine the technical implementation of Presidential Regulation 18/2022 through the organizational regulation (PO).
  • Formulation of Organizational Regulations:
    Vice Chairman Coordinator for Organization, Association, and Communication will refine 17 PO due to changes and directives from Presidential Regulation 18/2022 and six PO due to organizational needs. Moreover, the Coordinator will add five PO for organizational needs.
  • KADIN Provincial Activities:
    In 2023, 32 provinces are expected to hold a Provincial Leadership Assembly (Rapimprov). Vice Chairman Coordinator for Organization, Law, and Communication urges the Vice Chairman of Organization and Vice Chairman of Region to ensure that all provinces hold a Provincial Rapimprov and invites Head of Department to synchronize programs through the Provincial Rapimprov.
  • Kadin Impact Award Program:
    Kadin Impact Award 2023 is an award aimed at recognizing the best programs from 34 Kadin Provinces and 514 Kadin districts/cities throughout Indonesia that have a significant impact on MSMEs. The announcement of the winners will be on Kadin’s National Leadership Assembly (Rapimnas) in 2023.
  • Implementation of MoUs in Regions
    During 2022, 50 MoUs and Cooperation Agreements (PKS) were signed between Kadin Indonesia and other parties. Accordingly, Kadin Indonesia will:
    • Encourage the Vice Chairman of the Regional Kadin, Vice Chairman of Regional Autonomy Development, and other related Vice Chairmans to socialize the implementation of MoUs/PKS in the provinces and districts/cities of Kadin.
    • Encourage the Vice Chairman of Legal and Human Rights to review MoUs/PKS that are about to expire.
  • Kadin Cipta
    Kadin Cipta (Collaborative, Inclusive, Platform, Technology, and Data) is a collaborative and inclusive platform based on technology and data that serves as a long-term design for digital transformation in Kadin Indonesia. It also serves as a one-stop solution for all digital services and membership services in Kadin Indonesia.
  • Extraordinary Members (ALB)
    The target is to increase the number of ALB members in Kadin Indonesia.

Included in the coordination of the Organisation, Legal and Communication Division :

  • Organisation Sector
  • Regional Autonomy Development Sector
  • Associations Sector
  • Legal and Human Rightsv Sector
  • Funds and Facilities Sector
  • Communication and Informatics Sector
  • Vocational and Certification Sector
  • Border Area Development Sector
  • Coordination of Sumatera Region
  • Coordination of Java and Bali Region
  • Coordination of Kalimantan Region
  • Coordination of Sulawesi Region
  • Coordination of NTB and NTT Region
  • Coordination of Maluku, North Maluku, Papua and West Papua Region


Organisation Programme

  1. Socialising the bylaws and organisational regulations (PO). All Kadin administrators at all levels from Kadin Indonesia to Kadin Daerah understand the AD and ART as well as the applicable PO.
  2. Assistance in the Implementation of Organisational Activities. The main concern in this programme is the implementation of Provincial Deliberation (Muprov) in 34 Provincial Kadin.
  3. System Improvement and Membership Increase. Not only refers to increasing the number of members, but also increasing the benefits of membership.
  4. Implementation of Kadin Management must have a valid Kadin KTA-B. The Organisation Division will conduct data collection, socialisation and assistance for membership registration and renewal.


Associations Programme

  1. ALB Membership Enhancement. Improvement of Kadin's online extraordinary membership system continues to be developed, in line with socialisation to associations that have not yet entered Kadin's Extraordinary Members (ALB).
  2. Synergy Collaboration and Advocacy. Kadin absorbs the aspirations of associations, especially sectoral issues and helps find solutions through Focus Group Discussion (FGD) activities, Business Forums, Business Matching, to the National Work Meeting (Rakernas) of Associations and Associations. 
  3. Advocacy and recommendations on government regulations and policies. Kadin encourages legal certainty and supports the growth of the business world in Indonesia.
  4. Programmes to increase the number of ALBs in the regions. Kadin gathers and establishes intensive communication with associations and associations that have not yet become Extraordinary Members (ALB) of Kadin.


Regional Autonomy Development Programme

  1. Productive and Sustainable Waste Management Innovation & Technology in Regencies/Cities by Managing Waste and Converting it into Electric Energy.
  2. Kadin-APKASI Investment Forum. Kadin coordinates with local governments and Provincial Kadin in an effort to increase investment in the region.
  3. Regional Business Forum. This programme is implemented to improve the competitiveness of local businesses, including improving product or service quality, broader market access.
  4. Socialisation of Presidential Decree 18/2022 to local governments. This programme was implemented with the hope that local governments can better understand the role and function of Kadin as an equal partner with the government in the economic sector and the parent organisation of the business world.


Law and Human Rights Programme

  1. Implementation of the MOU with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (Directorate General [Ditjen] Perundang-Undangan). In addition to cooperation in improving legal literacy, the scope of cooperation includes the connection of the Centre's API (Application Programming Interface) with local governments to facilitate Kadin members to access business regulations at the local level.
  2. Establishment of Mediation Institution (Business). Kadin as an organisation is obliged to provide mediation services on the business side for its members to ensure legal certainty in the event of a business dispute.
  3. Establishment of an Arbitration Body by Kadin Indonesia with international scale. Through this programme Kadin also encourages the improvement of human resources of existing arbitration bodies in Indonesia, establishes cooperation with international arbitration institutions, conducts comparative studies, up to the stage of establishing Kadin arbitration bodies.
  4. Establishment of a Task Force to develop Standard Norms and Regulations (SNP) on Business and Human Rights with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights. SNP is intended as a rule / benchmark to assess and encourage policies & laws for business people in Indonesia.
  5. Programme to realise one Kadin by law. The Law and Presidential Decree on Kadin Indonesia mandates that there is only one Kadin in Indonesia. Kadin Indonesia will take legal action against other irresponsible parties on behalf of Kadin.

Funds and Facilities Programme

  1. Operational Fund Management.
  2. Accounting Programme of Kadin Indonesia Secretariat. Implementation of an integrated accounting system, as well as installation of the accounting programme, Accurate to all Kadin Regions.
  3. Improvement of SKI Facilities and Infrastructure.
  4. Completing SOPs, Socialisation, and Implementation. With a well-socialised SOP, it is expected that it will facilitate the implementation of the SOP in the preparation of the RAB and the payment process.


Communication and Informatics Programme

  1. Cybersecurity. This programme is in line with the Indonesian government's agenda to improve national cybersecurity, in accordance with PERPRES Number 47 of 2023 concerning National Cybersecurity Strategy and Cyber Crisis Management.
  2. KI-NET. Kadin Indonesia initiated the KI-NET programme, namely the "Cheap Internet or Village Internet" programme as a form of support for government programmes related to internet equality for all regions in Indonesia.
  3. Cyber Security Training and Certification. This programme was created to improve the quality and competence of cybersecurity human resources in Indonesia. Kadin will develop a business model and create a pilot project.


Program Bidang Vokasi dan Sertifikasi

  1. Kadin Capacity Development. This programme is in line with the mandate of Presidential Regulation 68/2020 on the Revitalisation of Vocational Education and Vocational Training and Strategy No.2 of Permenko PMK No.6/2020. Kadin will focus on building an ideal vocational ecosystem.
  2. Partnership programmes between HEIs, Vocational Training Institutions and LGUs. Increased quality partnership programmes will be implemented in four (4) provinces.
  3. Kadin INSTITUTE Indonesia. Kadin has special attention to the implementation of education and training that is useful in the context of fostering and developing the capabilities of Indonesian entrepreneurs.
  4.  Funding Scheme for the Revitalisation of Vocational Education and Vocational Training. Funding includes matching funds, competitive funds, grants, scholarships from industry, and co-investment with DuDi.


Border Area Development Programme

Border Area Development in West Kalimantan, Aceh, NTT, Southeast Sulawesi and North Kalimantan. Kadin synergises with BNPP (National Border Management Agency) to create economic growth centres in border areas.


Sumatra Region Programme

  1. Coordination and Synergy of Kadin in Sumatera Region. This programme was created to increase the number of well-affiliated programmes and organisational actions.
  2. Facilitation of International Business Activities of Kadin in Sumatera Region. This programme is expected to encourage an increase in the percentage of export value of Sumatera Region.
  3. Development of Food Commodity Ecosystem and Supply Chain in Sumatera Region. In addition to increasing the amount of commodity production, Kadin also focuses on strengthening businesses in selected food ecosystems and supply chains.


Java and Bali Region Programme

  1.  Coordination and Synergy of Kadin in Java-Bali Region. The goal of this programme is to increase the number of well-affiliated programmes and organisational actions.
  2. Assistance and Monitoring of Organisational Governance in Java-Bali Region. This programme covers the implementation of organisational meetings and coordination meetings in the Java-Bali region.


Kalimantan Region Programme

  1. Coordination and Synergy of Kadin in Kalimantan Region. The goal of this programme is to increase the number of well-affiliated programmes and organisational actions.
  2. Assistance and Monitoring of Organisational Management in Kalimantan Region.


Sulawesi Region Programme

  1. Coordination and Synergy of Kadin in Sulawesi Region. The objective of this programme is to increase the number of well-affiliated programmes and organisational actions.
  2. Assistance and Monitoring of Organisational Management in Sulawesi Region.


NTB-NTT Regional Programme

  1. Coordination and Synergy of Kadin in NTB-NTT Region. The target of this programme is to increase the number of well-affiliated programmes and organisational actions.
  2. Assistance and Monitoring of Organisational Management in NTB-NTT Region.


Programme for Maluku, North Maluku, Papua, West Papua Region

  1. Coordination and Synergy of Kadin in Maluku, North Maluku, Papua, West Papua. The target of this programme is to increase the number of well-affiliated programmes and organisational actions.
  2. Assistance and Monitoring of Organisational Management in Maluku, North Maluku, Papua, West Papua.



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