Model Development of Civil Society Participation in Post Implementation of Rural Development Act No. 6, 2014 in Banaran Grogol, District of Sukoharjo

Kristiani ., Djoko Mursinto, Antun Mardiyanta


The development which involves a community participation is not easy matter as the  regional autonomy becomes the operational concept. In fact, it is not successful yet, regarding  to the implementation of regional autonomy which could not bring the prosperity for the poors who live in the village. Therefore, the village autonomy policy is willing to build a village governance based on community participation. The participation becomes an important concept because society is involved as a major subject in the village autonomy. The purpose of this study is to develop an appropriate model of community participation in rural development as an alternative solution to accelerate the achievement of development by the village fund.This research is a case study of community participation in development which conducted in a qualitative approach. The subjects in this study are the board of village institutions and communities in Banaran, Grogol, Sukoharjo district. The analysis process is performed in conjunction with the data collection process from the beginning of the data collection has been sufficiently assessed. The results showed that the typology of community participation in the area of Banaran is not maximized. Therefore, it is necessary to develop new models of typology participation to eliminate the passive typology participation level and replace in the degree of citizens control.

Keywords: Community participation model, rural development, Law  No 6, 2014.

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