Paper ID: 190
Horizontalism in The Implementation of Land Reform Policy in Cipari Cilacap Indonesia
D D Saleh1, A W E Mulyadi2, N P Reressy3, Junaidi4, and D W Pujiriyani1
1Sekolah Tinggi Pertanaham Nasional Yogyakarta.
2Program Studi Ilmu Administrasi Negara FISIP Universitas Sebelas Maret.
3Pemerintah Kabupaten Kepulauan Tanimbar.
4Jurusan Ilmu Administrasi Publik FISIP Universitas Sriwijaya.
Horizontalism in the policy process is a situation when non-state actors are involved in the policy process. In Indonesia, the involvement of non-state actors in the policy process increases significantly upon the era of reform. In the policy process of the land sector, if the citizens’ involvement in the policy process includes complying with decisions, arguing demands, mass mobilization, or social movements, the horizontalism in Indonesia’s agrarian sector has been going on for a long time. This field research with a case study approach aims to describe the involvement of non-state actors in the policy process of land redistribution in Cipari District Cilacap Regency Central Java. The non-state actors here are local farmer organizations and other advocate organizations influencing the area, where land redistribution activities are mostly implemented. One successful implementation is the distribution to residents in five villages in the Cipari Subdistrict with an average land area of about 512 square meters, which has implications reach more target groups and therefore increase the number of the land property rights.