Violent Extremism Report
This study was developed by Lembaga Survei Indonesia (LSI), and supported by Harmoni, a
USAID project implemented by Management Systems International (MSI), Search for Common Ground, and Love Frankie. LSI, a research agency, led the study, conducted the survey, analyzed the data, and wrote the report. Love Frankie, the strategic communications and research lead for Harmoni, collaborated on the study. The authors for this study were Rizka Halida (Lead Researcher), Djayadi Hanan (LSI Director), Hendro Prasetyo (LSI Researcher), Galen Lamphere- Englund (Sr. P/CVE Advisor), and Amores Hamonangan (Research and Insight Specialist). Graphic design was provided by Thidarat Thaiyanont. Editorial support was provided by Lynn Carter, PhD (MSI), Galen Lamphere-Englund (Love Frankie), Gwen Jones and Steven Rosenzweig (MSI). Special thanks to those who contributed technical expertise and their opinion of violent extremism and democracy in Indonesia. Report inquiries should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preferred citation: Halida, Rizka, Hanan, Djayadi, Prasetyo, Hendro, Lamphere-Englund, Galen, & Hamonangan, Amores.2022 National Survey Report: Violent Extremism, Democracy, and Religious Attitudes in Indonesia. Lembaga Survei Indonesia (LSI). Jakarta, Indonesia.
Disclaimer: The views in this study are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of the United States Government, USAID, MSI, Love Frankie, or any other institutions.