Although international advocacy is important and can lead to strong pressure for change, sustainable improvements can only take place if they are led and supported by those inside the countries where mass violations occur.  In contexts of high levels of corruption, nepotism, and impunity, the challenge of holding governments to account falls on civil society and community-based organizations.  Those organizations are well placed to lead movements for change, but often need to develop their levels of knowledge through exposure to lessons from other contexts, and the capacity to influence change.

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Indonesia-Timor-Leste relations: Good neighbors and unfinished business

3 days ago – This article was published in the paper edition of The Jakarta Post with the title ” Indonesia-Timor-Leste relations: Good neighbors and unfinished business”. Click to read: https://www.thejakartapost.com/paper/2022/05/20/indonesia-timor-leste-relations-good-neighbors-and-unfinished-business.html. “Good fences make good neighbors,”…