Ahimsa Indonesia is an independent institution that focuses on the social-humanities development of Indonesian society in an inclusive and sustainable manner. Our work focuses on five main areas: Socio-Economic, Politics and Democracy, Education, Culture and Religion, Environment.
Founded in mid-2019 with offices in South Jakarta, Ahimsa Indonesia is active in conducting studies and activities that encourage the advancement of civilization.
In socio-economic topic, Ahimsa Indonesia campaigns for investments in social fields, such as education, health, and food. In addition, we support the government’s efforts to strengthen people’s purchasing power by providing additional village funds to build infrastructure that absorbs more human power than mechanical power.
In politics and democracy topic, Ahimsa Indonesia also campaigned for development based on the principle of social justice that embraces all regions, groups and regions to be developed in accordance with their character. We uphold Pancasila as the state ideology and seek to socialize its application, especially in the process of development and democratic processes.
In education topic, Ahimsa Indonesia promotes the important agenda which must be a priority in education, that is enhancement equitable access, equality of education, and quality of the educational institutions for all Indonesian people. Especially for poor and needy community group.
In culture and religion topic, Ahimsa Indonesia mainstreaming human values and a spirit of tolerance across religions, ethnicities and cultures. We always campaign for the commitment that national tolerance does not deny the specific uniqueness of each tribe, religion, race and intergroup, but instead protects that diversity on one platform, namely the Indonesian nation based on Pancasila.
In environment topic, Ahimsa Indonesia campaigns that natural resources must always be managed in a balanced way to ensure sustainable development. We took the initiative to disseminate the principles of sustainable development (sustainable development) in all sectors and regions to be internalized into policies and principles of developing good governance based on the principles of participation, transparency, and accountability that encourage efforts to improve the management of natural resources and preservation of environmental functions.