IESR, Institute for Essential Services Reform, a member of PWYP Indonesia in Jakarta held a Training for Analysis of the EITI Report for civil society advocacy. The activity that took place on 17-18 March 2014 aimed at disseminating knowledge about the Indonesian EITI report within the scope of extractive industry governance; disseminating knowledge related to instruments for reading, analyzing and using EITI reports; developing an advocacy framework and strategy for extractive resource governance reform.

The training which was attended by around 25 participants from civil society organizations in Jakarta and outside Jakarta, also identified advocacy opportunities for the new EITI standard (2013) to encourage transparency of information on social and environmental payments, dis-aggregated payments at the sub-national level, to opportunities to encourage more massive transparency of mining contracts and licenses in Indonesia.