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Open Data: Promoting and Exploring Open Data in Indonesia

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Open data has seen significant progress in Indonesia. More public and cultural institutions are opening their data for public perusal and civil society is becoming knowledgeable about and engaging with the data.

Open government fosters public oversight and helps reduce corruption by enabling greater transparency. Meanwhile, open cultural data published by GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) enables reuse and encourages further research as well as collaboration.


Goethe-Institut Indonesien partnering with several notable public institutions and civil society organizations spearheaded several initiatives to promote and advance open data in Indonesia:

Open Data - related links

Open Cultural Data Online-Seminars (in english and indonesian)
Festival Retas Budaya Recordings (in english and indonesian)
Emerging International Voices Past Seminars (only in english)

Wikimedia Indonesia (in indonesian)
GLAM Indonesia (in indonesian)
Coding da Vinci: Offene Daten aus Bibliotheken und Museen (in german and  english)
Open Knowledge Foundation (in german and english)
International Open Data Conference (only in english)
Data2Life. Life2Data:
Starting Them Young: Digital Literacy and Young Girls in Indonesia
Towards Demand-Driven and Inclusive Open Data in Jakarta

Linking Freedom of Information and Open Data in Banda Aceh

Empowering Civil Society – Strengthening Fiscal Transparency (Open Data for Transparency)
The Global Impact of Open Data (only in english)


Ditjen Kebudayaan


Elex Media Komputindo

Wikimedia Indonesia

Asosiasi Game Indonesia


Ivonne Kristiani
Project Coordinator