Member of PWYP Indonesia

Membership of PWYP Indonesia is open for public who affiliated with non-governmental organisation (i.e. Civil Society Organisation (CSOs), or other community organisation). Each organisation member has to appointed two persons to permanently represent the organisation in the PWYP Indonesia coalition. However, each of organisation member only has one vote to be voted or to vote in the decision making process. Member of PWYP Indonesia is verified every three-years towards the General Assembly Meeting

Membership Requirement

  • The vision and activities of the organization may not against with vision, mision, aims, and values of PWYP Indonesia, and not an under bow of any political parties
  • Provide written statement to adhere with coalition statute and all decision made by the the coalition
  • Does not accept any financial support from extractive industries to support activities of the organisation

Procedure for New Membership

  • Each organization that want to join the coalition must provide official application letter stating its willingness to be a member of the coalition. The letter has to be addressed to the Advisory Board of PWYP Indonesia with a copy to national coordinator.
  • The organization should accompanied the application letter with (1) a statement letter to adhere with coalition statute and all decision made by the the coalition, (2) Organization profile, (3) Supporting letters from two member of PWYP Indonesia, (4) Appointing letter for two persons who will represent the organization in the coalition.
  • Advisory Board will check the completeness of the administrative documents. The Board will notify the applicant organization to complete the documents if needed.
  • If the administrative documents has been completed, Advisory Board or appointed parties will conduct factual verification. The Board will take decision, whether to accept or reject the application.

Partners and Observers

Besides members, PWYP Indonesia also recognise role of partners and Observers. Status of the partners and observers are administered by national coordinator and agreed/appointed by advisory board.

Partners are representives of institute who understand and agreed upon the vision, mision, objectives and activities of national coalition PWYP Indonesia, however not associated as a member of the institute (not representing the organization).

Observers are people who do not represent organization’s objectives, however understand and agreed upon vision, mission, objectives and activities of National Coalition PWYP Indonesia.

Members of PWYP Indonesia

Until May 2015, PWYP Indonesia has 35 member organisation in national and local level, spread along the Indonesia’s islands, mainly in the rich extractive resource areas.

  1. Transparency International Indonesia (TII), Jakarta (www.ti.or.id)
  2. Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Jakarta (www.iesr.or.id
  3. Pusat Telaah dan Informasi Regional (PATTIRO), Jakarta (www.pattiro.org)
  4. Indonesia Parliemantary Center (IPC), Jakarta (www.parliamentarycenter.or.id)
  5. Indonesia Center for Environmental Law (ICEL), Jakarta (www.icel.or.id)
  6. Forum Indonesia untuk Transparansi Anggaran (FITRA), Jakarta (www.seknasfitra.org)
  7. Masyarakat untuk Transparansi Aceh (MATA), Aceh (www.mataaceh.org)
  8. Gerakan Rakyat Anti Korupsi (GERAK), Aceh (www.gerakaceh.org)
  9. GERAK, Aceh Besar
  10. Yayasan AKAR, Bengkulu (www.akarfoundation.com)
  11. Fitra, Riau (www.fitrariau.org)
  12. Lembaga Pemberdayaan dan Aksi Demokrasi (LPAD), Riau.
  13. Forum Komunikasi Masyarakat Riau (FKPMR), Riau
  14. Wahana Lingkungan Hidup (WALHI), Riau (www.walhi-riau.or.id)
  15. Yayasan Pemberdayaan dan Advokasi Perempuan dan Anak (PUSPA), Palembang
  16. Pattiro Serang, Banten
  17. Institute for Ecological Studies (INFEST), Garut
  18. Institute for Economic Development Analysis (IDEA),DI.Yogyakarta (www.ideajogja.or.id)
  19. Lembaga Pemberdayaan dan Aplikasi Wacana (LPAW), Blora
  20. Fitra Jawa Timur (www.fitrajatim.com)
  21. Gerakan Pemberdayaan Rakyat Sampang (GPRS), Sampang
  22. Kelompok Kerja-30 (POKJA-30), Samarinda (www.pokja30.blogspot.com)
  23. Perkumpulan Padi Indonesia, Balikpapan (www.padiindonesia.wordpress.com)
  24. POSITIF Kalimantan, Tabalong
  25. GEMAWAN, Pontianak (www.gemawan.org)
  26. Lembaga Pengembangan Masyarakat Pesisir & Pedalaman (LEPMIL), Kendari (www.lepmil.org)
  27. Yayasan Pusat Studi Hukum dan Kebijakan (YPSHK) Southeast Sulawesi, Kendari
  28. Yayasan Swadaya Mitra Banga (YASMIB) Sulselbar, Makassar
  29. Solidaritas Masyarakat Untuk Transparansi (SOMASI) NTB , Mataram
  30. Lembaga Studi dan Bantuan Hukum (LSBH) NTB, Mataram (www.lsbhntb.blogspot.com)
  31. PERDU Manokwari (www.perdu.or.id)
  32. Pusat Studi Kebijakan Publik dan Advokasi Sidoarjo (www.pusaka-community.org)
  33. Jaringan Advokasi Sosial dan Lingkungan Tanah Papua-Jasoil Tanah Papua, Manokwari-Papua
  34. Swandiri Institut, Pontianak, West Kalimantan, (www.swandiri.org)
  35. WALHI NTB, West Nusa Tenggara