Village Government's Work Relationship with Indigenous Institutions in Indonesia

  • Khairul Rahman, Syafhendry, Rendi Prayuda, Pahmi Amri, Budi Mulyanto

Abstract

The working relationship of village Government with indigenous institutions is backed by the existence of customary institutions that have a large influence for the development of the village community, in addition to the issuance of law number 6 year 2014 about the village also gives the establishment of a working space between the village government with the indigenous institutions increasingly stronger, namely have a spirit to preserve and advance the custom as a form of local wisdom The existence of adat institution is potential as accelerating development and become joints strengthening the life of village community. To maximize the indigenous potential that exists at the village level, it is important to know how the working relationship between the village government and indigenous institutions in the preservation of indigenous values for development.

This article uses a qualitative descriptive approach and in this study developed a working relationship of village Government with indigenous institutions. The village government's work relationship with the village customary institution in the preservation of indigenous values to support the development of the village takes place in the form of communication, coordination, partnerships and social control. The working relationship is a series of activities that support the creation of community participation in village development. The working relationship between the village government and the village customary institution in the preservation of indigenous values as a form of local wisdom should be maintained as a form of mutual value of Gotong Royong in Indonesia Society.

Published
2020-06-05