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National_emblem_of_Indonesia_Garuda_Pancasila.svgCoordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs

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Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources

Kementerian_Dalam_Negeri.Ministry of Home Affairs

100px-Logo_DepkeuMinistry of Finance

bpkpFinance and Development Supervisory Agency

PWYP_ID_LOGOPublish What You Pay Indonesia is a coalition of civil society for transparency and accountability in governance of extractive resources of oil and gas, mining and natural resources. PWYP Indonesia carry out the vision for the realization of good governance of extractive resources in Indonesia that is transparent, accountable, and in favor of the national interest that it becomes capital for welfare and social justice.

PWYP Indonesia has a purpose for the Advancement of extractive resource governance accountable and transparent in Indonesia and at the global level; To aggregate public interest from the point of view of civil society organizations, as well as Indonesia Strengthening the capacity of civil society to play an active role in the governance of sustainable extractive semberdaya.

PWYP Indonesia currently consists of 38 civil society organizations and non-governmental organizations from various regions in Indonesia, particularly in areas rich in natural resources of oil and gas, mining, forestry and other natural resources.

Established since November 2007, Indonesia has been since the beginning PWYP actively involved in campaigning for the extractive industry revenue transparency initiative (EITI), including encouraging the Government of Indonesia to follow the global EITI initiative. Advocacy resulted in the signing of Presidential Decree (Decree) No. 26 Year 2010 concerning the implementation of the EITI Indonesia.

Since then, Indonesia has been named a candidate country (candidate country) implementing EITI global standard to follow. Through regulation, the PWYP Indonesia then do the process of selecting three representatives of civil society to sit in The Implementing Team comprising representatives of the Government, Corporate and Civil Society. The three representatives of civil society is Faisal Basri (Economic UI), Maryati Abdullah (PWYP Indonesia) and Wasingatu Zakiyah (IDEA Yogyakarta).

Contact Person: Maryati Abdullah, National Coordinator
Email: marymaryati@yahoo.com

Members PWYP Indonesia is also supporters of EITI Indonesia are:

1. Transparency International Indonesia (TII), Jakarta (www.ti.or.id)
2. Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Jakarta (www.iesr.or.id)
3. Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW), Jakarta (www.antikorupsi.org)
4. Pusat Telaah dan Informasi Regional (PATTIRO), Jakarta (www.pattiro.org)
5. Indonesia Parliemantary Center (IPC), Jakarta (www.parliamentarycenter.or.id)
6. Indonesia Center for Environmental Law (ICEL), Jakarta (www.icel.or.id)
7. Forum Indonesia untuk Transparansi Anggaran (FITRA), Jakarta (www.seknasfitra.org)
8. Yayasan Artikel-33 Indonesia, Jakarta (www.article33.or.id)
9. Masyarakat untuk Transparansi Aceh (MATA), Aceh (www.mataaceh.org)
10. Gerakan Rakyat Anti Korupsi (GERAK), Aceh (www.gerakaceh.org)
11. GERAK, Aceh Besar
12. Yayasan AKAR, Bengkulu (www.akarfoundation.com)
13. Fitra, Riau (www.fitrariau.org)
14. Lembaga Pemberdayaan dan Advokasi Daerah (LPAD), Riau
15. Forum Komunikasi Masyarakat Riau (FKPMR), Riau
16. Wahana Lingkungan Hidup (WALHI), Riau (www.walhi-riau.or.id)
17. Yayasan Pemberdayaan dan Advokasi Perempuan dan Anak (PUSPA), Palembang
18. PASKASS, Palembang
19. Pattiro Serang, Banten
20. Institute for Ecological Studies (INFEST), Garut
21. Institute for Economic Development Analysis (IDEA), D.I Yogyakarta (www.ideajogja.or.id)
22. Lembaga Pemberdayaan dan Aplikasi Wacana (LPAW), Blora
23. Bojonegoro Institute (BI), Bojonegoro (www.bi.or.id)
24. Fitra Jawa Timur (www.fitrajatim.com)
25. Public Crisis Center (PCC), Tuban
26. Gresik Institute, Gresik
27. Gerakan Pemberdayaan Rakyat Sampang (GPRS), Sampang
28. Kelompok Kerja-30 (POKJA-30), Samarinda (www.pokja30.blogspot.com)
29. Yayasan ePADI, Balikpapan (www.padiindonesia.wordpress.com)
30. POSITIF Kalimantan, Tabalong
31. GEMAWAN, Pontianak (www.gemawan.org)
32. Lembaga Pengembangan Masyarakat Pesisir & Pedalaman (LEPMIL), Kendari (www.lepmil.org)
33. Yayasan Pusat Studi Hukum dan Kebijakan (YPSHK) Sultra, Kendari
34. Yayasan Swadaya Mitra Banga (YASMIB) Sulselbar, Makassar
35. Solidaritas Masyarakat Untuk Transparansi (SOMASI) NTB , Mataram
36. Lembaga Studi dan Bantuan Hukum (LSBH) NTB, Mataram (www.lsbhntb.blogspot.com)
37. Forum Kerja Sama (FOKER) LSM Papua (www.fokerlsmpapua.net)
38. PERDU Manokwari (www.perdu.or.id)

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Indonesian Petroleum Association

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Indonesian Coal Mining Association

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Indonesia Mining Association