Article 33 Indonesia is a research institution for social transformation in the form of association. The institution was previously called Pattiro Institute, then by July 2012 officially changed name to Article 33 Indonesia. This name change has been validated by Notarial Deed and recorded at the South Jakarta Public Court on October 3rd, 2012, with full legal name as “Perkumpulan Artikel 33 Indonesia”. In effect, all past activities conducted by the Pattiro Institute will proceed under Perkumpulan Artikel 33 Indonesia.
The name Article 33 Indonesia was sparked from a desire to uphold the noble ideals of article 33 of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, especially verse 3: “The earth and water and natural resources contained therein shall be controlled by the State and be utilized for the greatest prosperity of the people.” We consider those ideals represent our vision and mission:
Vision and Mission
VISION : Uphold people’s sovereignty toward natural resources as stated in the Article 33 of the 1945 Constitution.
MISSION: Ensuring justice and public participation for the realization of economic democracy.
Extractive Industry, Climate Change, and Natural Resource Governance
Article 33 explores the governance issues along the value chain of extractive sectors of mining, forestry, fisheries, climate change adaptation and mitigation, to ensure sustainable development.
– Developed research:
- Regulatory mapping, licensing mechanism, revenue stream, and public information transparency on mining, forestry, and fisheries sector
- Revenue-sharing fund management of mining, forestry, and fisheries sectors
- Climate change, fiscal decentralization, and low-carbon financing at the subnational level
- Payment for environmental services, benefit sharing mechanism, and conservation incentives in the public sector for sustainable developments
- Extractive sector corporate social responsibility
– Targeted policy reform:
- Policy on extractive sector revenue transparency, institutional structures, and governance
- Policy on community participation in the decision to extract, extraction process, and revenue allocation
- Policy on natural resources revenue-sharing fund – formulation, fiscal gap, and utilization rules
- Policy on implementation and social robustness from REDD+, PES, and EFT instruments
– Endorsed movements:
- Extractive industries transparency initiative at the local level
- Earmarking of extractive sector revenues for basic services
- PES and EFT practices at the local level and between location
Basic Services and Social Development
Article 33 explores the issues of free primary education, health services, social insurance, village community participation in development policy, and poverty alleviation, as the pillars to ensure the prosperity of the people.
– Research for this issue:
- Policy concepts, allocation posture, and accountability of education and health funding
- Monitoring of public expenditure of education and health sectors at the subnational level
- Public access to quality education and health services
- Review of Village Fund policy implementation
- Participatory village governance
- Policy and funding of social insurance, especially for the poor
– Targeted policy reform:
- Policy on free primary education
- Policy on social insurance
- Policy on poverty alleviation (especially at the sub-national level)
– Endorsed movement:
- Civil Society Coalition for Education Transformation (KMSTP)
- Village Policy Forum (FKD)
- Development Studies Forum (FKP)
1. Drs. Andi Rahman Alamsyah, M.Si
2. Prof. Arief Anshory Yusuf, SE, M.Sc, Ph.D
3. Chitra Retna S. MA. ST.
4. Dini Mentari, S.Si, M.Si
5. Luky Djani, Ph.D
6. Prof. Rofikoh Rokhim, S.E., SIP., DEA., Ph.D
7. Santoso, S.E., M.E
8. Zulfikar Amir
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