"Internet Sehat" (Internet Healthy) Towards Indonesian Information Society

Details of the organization
ICT Watch - Indonesia
Civil society entities

Information about the project
"Internet Sehat" (Internet Healthy) Towards Indonesian Information Society
Internet Sehat
ICT Watch is committed to the online freedom of expression and aware of the emerging challenges to it, while continuing to combat online hoax and disinformation by delivering the Indonesian literacy digital, called "Internet Sehat", to the public. Internet Sehat provides high-quality Indonesian online content under creative-common license: a). Series of social media for social movement documentary videos (http://lenteramaya.ictwatch.id) for public screening/discussion, and b). Updated presentation kit and how-to modules/leaflets (http://internetsehat.id/literasi) for public education/advocacy. Internet Sehat also delivered through offline activities, such as workshop/roadshow to schools, campuses and local communities, simultaneously facilitating multistakeholder engagement and developing capacity of local actors/communities.
National implementation: Indonesia
Ongoing from 29/04/2002 to 31/12/2030
Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT/KEMKOMINFO), Indonesian Ministry of Youth and Sports (KEMENPORA), Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA/KEMENLU), Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture (KEMENDIKBUD), Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI), Indonesian Internet Service Providers Association (APJII), Indonesian Domain Name Registry (PANDI), Indonesia Infocomm Society (MASTEL), Alliance of Independence Journalists (AJI), HIVOS, Ford Foundation, Citizen Lab - Toronto University, Global Partners Digital (GPD) - UK, Cyber Law Center - Padjajaran University, Communications Research Center - University of Indonesia, Google, Twitter, Facebook, Indonesia Internet Governance Forum (ID-IGF), Indonesian Child Online Protection (ID-COP), Indonesian ICT Volunteers (RTIK), Village Development Movement (GDM), Southeast Asia Freedom of Expression Network (SAFEnet), Digital Democracy Forum (FDD), Indonesian CSOs Network for Internet Governance (ID-CONFIG), Indonesian Internet Society (ISOC-ID), Nawala Nusantara Foundation, Internet Baik Taskforce (Kakatu, Yayasan Kita dan Buah Hati, ICT Watch, Telkomsel), Indonesian netizen / blogger local communities, WatchdoC Documentary Maker, and several Indonesian Telecommunications Operators.

WSIS information
* Ethical dimensions of the Information Society
  • Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
  • Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
  • Goal 16: Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies
  • Project
  • Programme
  • Training initiative
  • Guidelines
  • Tool-kit
  • Website
  • Digital Literacy Advocacy