Beneficial Ownership Mapping for Anti-Corruption Activist

The criminal act of corruption, especially related to corporate crime is…


Fragment from Pining

"Object mining until doomsday," that is the commitment of Pining Community in…


CALL FOR PARTNER 2018 – Publish What You Pay Indonesia

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia is a civil society organization engaged…


Questioning Commodity Trading Transparency Report

Indonesia becomes one of the eight (8) EITI’s members in order to foster…


'Devil Is in the Detail' With Freeport Agreement: Experts, NGOs

Jakarta. Nongovernmental organizations and experts have raised concerns over…


Coal miners owe the Indonesian government hundreds of millions of dollars

After policies of decentralization gave regional governments more control over…


Royalties vs Refunds

  TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - When the deputy chairman of the House of…


Government’s Mineral Export Easing Policy Reported to Ombudsman

Jakarta-Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia along with other element of civil…


Mining Downstream Industry and Its Multiplier Effect

Downstream policy through development of refinery industry is considered to…


Mr. President, Stop Export Raw Mineral!

Minerals extracted from the earth shall be managed for communities’ benefit and…


With deadline passed, govt told to revoke problematic mining permits

Provincial governments have to start revoking the existing non-clean and clear…


Non-CnC Mining Permits Shall Be Revoked As The Deadline Passes

The deadline of evaluation for mineral and coal mining permits (IUP) by the…


Oil and Gas Law Revision Discussion: Slow and Sealed!

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia considered that parliament is too slow in…


The Deadly Mines of Indonesia

Documentation photo of CNN, 2016 By Olivia Broome on 18 November 2016 It was a…


How PWYP-Indonesia is Turning Extractives Transparency into Accountability

The Importance of Project by Project Disclosure Indonesia’s vast natural…


A Global Transparency Wave: The SEC Rule and Indonesia

Last month, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) passed a rule that…


Open Mining Mobile Application

Open Mining Mobile Application is an apps for transparency and accountability…


Digging Panama Papers Deeper

Panama Papers, with their revelation of 140 world politicians having offshore…


Coordination and Supervision in Energy Sector

After the Coordination and Supervision in Mineral and Coal sector during…


PKF: Science, Technology, and Activism for Public Policy Improvement

Maryati Abdullah, Sonny Mumbunan, and Irendra Radjawali in PWYP Knowledge Forum…


Open Data and Anti-Corruption: A Great Fit

Left: YABHG Tun DR Mahathir Mohamad, Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia in…


Court Decision to Reject Lawsuit Against BMH Criticized

Activists take a stand: Coalition of Anti Forest Mafia activists display a…


Illicit Financial Flows and Tax Crime in Mining Sector

Indonesia ranks seventh in biggest illicit financial flows (IFF) among…


Find a Way for Indigenous People in the Middle of Extractive Siege

The existence of extractive industry (mining, palm, and forest) grow massively…


School of Drone, Learning Make Drone for Spatial Mapping

Swandiri Institute and PWYP Indonesia organized School of Drone (SoD) last…


“Dozens of Oil, Gas and Mining Companies Have Not Report EITI 2012-2013”

“25% mining companies have not submitted EITI report in 2012-2013” JAKARTA—27…


Vacant Position IT and Open Data Officer

Source of Illustration: here PWYP Indonesia is a coalition of civil society for…


Strengthening The Role of Journalist in Discourse of Oil and Gas Law Revision

One of participan explained about actor mapping and key issue in Oil and Gas…


Govt needs to pay more attention to downstream sector

Handling the downstream activities of the oil and gas sector need to be…


People of Sanggau Ask Their Right

doc. PWYP Indonesia The more extractive industries, the more welfare the people…


Civil Society Proposed Oil and Gas Bill

Faisal Basri and Maryati Abdullah in hearing with Oil and Gas Governance Reform…


Capacity Building on Understanding Multidimensional Poverty Index

The abundant natural resources owned by Indonesia is not positively contributed…


Mining Mafia and Its Losses

OECD report showed that globally, extractive industries ranked first as the…


How KPK Conserves Natural Resources

For over two decades, most of Indonesia’s natural resources such as forests,…