Monitoring Mining Permits in Indonesia

24% of mining activity in the forest area were operated in protection and conservation forest, though it's banned by law. And roughly 90% of mining…

Riding The Open Data Movement In Extractive Sector

Indonesia, a nation used to limiting the free flow of information as a consequence of a 32-year dictatorship, has now reached the era of openness.…

Spatial Transparency: A Case Study of Advocacy Work in West Kalimantan

The presentation of Arif Munandar, researcher of Swandiri Institute. Delivered in the 3rd International Open Data Conference, Ottawa (28-29 May…

Drones and the Environment

The Tayan Hilir tribe of West Kalimantan almost lost its lands to a commercial concession area because of unclear and overlapping directives. To…

Flying on A Budget

Five years ago, drone flying was the domain of the US military and wealthy hobbyists. Yet, within the last year and a half, researchers at the…

Social Audit for Transparency of Poverty Alleviation Program and CSR

The ability of people to understand the methodology of social audit needs to be sharpened in order to measure the effectivity as well as social,…

Training on Tax Analysis in the Extractive Sector

According to Global Financial Integrity’ study, Indonesia ranked as the seventh place in terms of illicit financial flows, reaching US$ 1878.8…

Indonesia: Riding Open Data Movement in the Extractive Sector

The presentation of Rizky Ananda Wulan, researcher of Publish What You Pay Indonesia. Delivered in the RightsCon 2015 Manila, for the session of Open…

PWYP’s Work on Open Data Astonishes RightsCon Southeast Asia 2015

Manila-Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia shared the work undertaken on Open Data in the extractive industry sector in Indonesia, in RightsCon…

Open Data: An Instrument to Improve Governance of Extractive Industry

Celebrating Open Data Day on 21 February, PWYP-Indonesia in cooperation with Atamerica (@america) organized talk show, entitled “Riding Open Data…