Yana Fajar Basori


The purpose of this study is to analyze the capacity of CSOs to realize agrarian reform, namely land redistribution for landless farmers and / or landless farmers. This research is a qualitative study, because it explores phenomena that occur in the field, understanding and deepening certain contexts, identifying phenomena that have not been anticipated, understanding the processes behind phenomena, building explanations of causality and describing patterns. The research analysis unit is governance capacity which includes actors, policy arrangements and collective problem solving, advocacy capacity of CSO leaders.This capacity consists of leadership indicators, adaptability, management and advocacy technical and management skills. The results showed that the capacity of CSOs in conducting advocacy to realize overall land redistribution needs to be continuously updated.

Keywords: agrarian reform; advocacy capacity; civil society organization

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