Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) is a local NGO mainly focused on advocacy work in issues such as fossil fuel subsidy, electricity governance, climate change, renewable energy, access to energy, the linkage between energy and climate change, and the governance of non renewable natural resource (extractive industries).
The advocacy was taken by providing research materials, facilitating government agencies and engaging media. We undertake collaboration program with various government agencies and international donors to support transformation in essential services in Indonesia. We elaborate with other civil society groups by building coalition, conducting joint research and advocacy work, raising awareness and holding capacity building activities. For further information, please feel free to visit our site: www.iesr.or.id
I work as the advocacy and research officer for the Extractive Industries in Southeast Asia program. This program aimed to promote good governance in Southeast Asia, specifically in the extractive industries sector.. To achieve the objectives, I undertake the: 1) top down approach by working closely with: the ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (ESDM), the ministry of Foreign Affair (MOFA), and the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affair to promote Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) under the ASEAN energy and mineral cooperation, 2) bottom up approach by building NGO coalition.
My daily job is conducting research, writing policy brief and paper, developing the knowledge portal (www.eiwatch.net), engaging media, conducting workshop and focus group discussion and other capacity building activities
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection