Public-Private Dialogue Beneficial Ownership Transparency on Corporation

Jakarta- Post issuance of President Regulation No. 13 of 2018 on Principle Application in Recognizing Beneficial Ownerships to Corporations in the…

PWYP Indonesia Suggests Input to the Regional Representatives Council of the Republic of Indonesia (DPD RI) Regarding Mineral and Coal Mining Governance in Indonesia

Jakarta - The presence of the Regional Representatives Council (DPD RI) of the Republic of Indonesia as a regional representative institution is…

Ukraine Shows Why the G20 Anti-Corruption Agenda Is More Important than Ever

WASHINGTON DC, Mar 25 2022 (IPS) - The world has quickly transitioned from a global health crisis to a geopolitical one, as the war in Ukraine rages…

The Ministry of Home Affairs and PWYP Indonesia Hold Focused Discussions Regarding the Preparation of Performance Measurement Instruments for Government Affairs in the ESDM Sector in the Regions

Jakarta – The enactment of Law Number 23 of 2014 concerning Regional Government has implications for shifting the authority to administer government…

Development of Technical Guidelines for the Preparation of Regional Strategic Plans for the Energy and Mineral Resources Sector to Strengthen Central-Local Government Synergy

Jakarta – Regional development is an integral part of national development whose implementation must run in sync. Therefore, in order to synchronize…

PWYP Indonesia Held Multi-Stakeholder Discussion entitled Energy Transition and National Coal Strategy

Jakarta – The issue of national coal management in recent times has been in the spotlight and a topic of discussion from various parties. For…

Civil Society Organizations and Local Governments Collaborate to Promote Transparency and Accountability of the Mining Sector in East Kalimantan

Photo of Pokja-30 visited Kutai Kartanegara Regency Government Office (7/6/2021) Transparency and accountability in the mining sector need to be…

PWYP Indonesia and GAK-LPT Held a Webinar on Weakening the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) and Corruption in the Mining and Natural Resources Sector

Jakarta, PWYP Indonesia – The weakening of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) was carried out systematically through revisions to the KPK…

Encouraging the Role of the Energy Sector in Realizing a Green Economy Recovery Post Covid-19

The Indonesian economy in 2020 based on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at current prices reached Rp. 15,434.2 trillion, and GDP per capita reached Rp.…

Oil, Gas and Mining Sector in the Perspective of the Energy Transition

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Asia Pacific held an online discussion through zoom media with the theme “Oil, Gas, and Mining in The Energy Transition”…