This is a summary report of the quantitative research conducted to assess the impact of Open Doors with an Indonesian audience, using knowledge, attitudes and intended practices (KAP) studies. After conducting an online pre-survey of 324 Indonesians (50% male, 50% female) aged 15-50 (50% of which were aged 15-24) in April 2015, a post-survey with 307 people of the same demographic was conducted in June 2016. The surveys assessed the KAP levels of respondents with regard to domestic worker rights. This report summarized the impact that Open Doors had on Indonesian viewers in terms of shifting the target audiences' levels of knowledge, attitudes and intended practices towards domestic workers.
This report and full impact assessment, which is also available, details what shifts took place and where there is still room for engagement for any practitioners who intend to produce content or interventions on domestic workers for an Indonesian audience.