GOVERNING STATE BORDERS AN INVESTIGATING “COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCES” IN STRENGTHENING SOCIAL WELFARE DEVELOPMENT IN NUNUKAN REGENCY, INDONESIA
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this research has aim to explain about existences of practical collaborative governance which can strengthen process and impact in development schema of welfare in frontier area, particularly in Sebatik, Nunukan. This research investigated the involvement of non-state stakeholders as voluntarily participation by various component of groups either by external project or who were emergence various from local initiative. By conducting interviews, focus group discussion, literature research, documentation, and observation our findings are going as follow: Firstly, minimum collaboration has occurred between many sectors within government causes directly to the quality of construction project in which have not optimal for public satisfaction, and also a certain group of citizen criticize the goal of the regional development. Second, the local initiative to collaborate actually have grown in various sector such as health, education, information, alternative education, awareness of sustainable economy practices at local level. Interestingly, this research that public have awareness that infrastructure is not single-most importance issue in border area due to social capital is also local concern. Big budget from local and national are not merely the answer, but more collaborative governance and openly public engagement will be meaningful and powerful weapon to make state border’s much better.