COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE: STUDY ON THE PROCESS OF ESTABLISHING REGIONAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING STRUCTURE AND EMPOWERMENT OF FOOD TRADERS IN BONE DISTRICT
This paper tries to examine the potential of collaborative governance, especially the Ansell and Gash models, to be applied to the policy formation process, in this case the formation of regional regulations. This study is based on the failure of a policy sometimes only seen from the side of its implementation, but it could be that the failure occurred when the policy process was made. The position of the public or the community in the policy-making process is sometimes only considered as a complement so that their involvement is only interpreted as a formality to comply with regulations. The method used in this research is qualitative by using a case study approach related to the formation of Regional Regulations concerning the Arrangement and Empowerment of Street Vendors in Bone Regency. The result of this research is that collaborative governance can basically be applied at every stage of the policy. The application of collaborative governance can be done by basing on the current basic policies in the Law on Regional Government and the Law on the Establishment of Legislation. The use of the terms public consultation and research must be interpreted as a collaborative forum.
Collaborative governance, Formation of Regional Regulations, Policy Formulation, Public/Community Participation, Consensus.