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Formed in 2007, PWYP Indonesia was instrumental in the government’s decision to join the EITI in 2010. Since then, the coalition has helped achieve broad implementation of the initiative and has been highly active in using data that emerges from EITI reports. It is currently conducting five sub-regional research projects that track extractive revenues, map concession areas and monitor sub-national payments, among other objectives. PWYP Indonesia has also worked on making EITI data widely available and accessible, for example, using SMS to engage citizens on EITI Issues in West Papua.

The coalition uses data from EITI reports and is conducting sub-regional research projects that track extractive revenues, map concession areas and monitor sub-national payments

Member organisations

Transparency International Indonesia (TII) external website link >
Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) external website link >
Pusat Telaah dan Informasi Regional (PATTIRO) external website link >
Indonesia Parliemantary Center (IPC) external website link >
Indonesia Center for Environmental Law (ICEL) external website link >
Forum Indonesia untuk Transparansi Anggaran (FITRA) external website link >
Masyarakat untuk Transparansi Aceh (MATA) external website link >
Gerakan Rakyat Anti Korupsi (GERAK) external website link >
GERAK
Yayasan AKAR external website link >
Fitra external website link >
Lembaga Pemberdayaan dan Aksi Demokrasi (LPAD)
Forum Komunikasi Masyarakat Riau (FKPMR)
Wahana Lingkungan Hidup (WALHI) external website link >
Yayasan Pemberdayaan dan Advokasi Perempuan dan Anak (PUSPA)
Pattiro Serang
Institute for Ecological Studies (INFEST)
Institute for Economic Development Analysis (IDEA) external website link >
Lembaga Pemberdayaan dan Aplikasi Wacana (LPAW)
Fitra Jawa Timur external website link >
Gerakan Pemberdayaan Rakyat Sampang (GPRS)
Kelompok Kerja-30 (POKJA-30) external website link >
Perkumpulan Padi Indonesia external website link >
POSITIF Kalimantan
GEMAWAN external website link >
Lembaga Pengembangan Masyarakat Pesisir&Pedalaman (LEPMIL) external website link >
Yayasan Pusat Studi Hukum dan Kebijakan (YPSHK) Sultra
Yayasan Swadaya Mitra Banga (YASMIB) Sulselbar
Solidaritas Masyarakat Untuk Transparansi (SOMASI) NTB
Lembaga Studi dan Bantuan Hukum (LSBH) NTB external website link >
PERDU Manokwari external website link >
Pusat Studi Kebijakan Publik dan Advokasi Sidoarjo external website link >
Jaringan Advokasi Sosial dan Lingkungan Tanah Papua-Jasoil Tanah Papua
Swandiri Institut external website link >
WALHI NTB

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