About Wahana Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia
Wahana Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia (WALHI: The Indonesian Forum for Environment ) started in 1986 as a forum of activists and people who shared the same concerns for Indonesian environmental issues. As WALHI expanded, they began to reach out to the public to get them more involved in their environmental actions and awareness programs. Their projects include environmental advocacy regarding government policies on mining, energy, forestry, landscape, urban planning, food security, agrarian affairs, water resources, and disaster management.
Intermediate to advanced competency in Bahasa Indonesia as most of the research is written in Bahasa Indonesia.
Interns will be given the opportunity to participate in current campaigns that target a range of environmental issues including the mismanagement of resources, irresponsible waste disposal and land rights disputes. However, interns are also expected to analyse WALHI as an organization. By critically assessing the management and operation of WALHI, business strategies and marketing plans can be formulated to ensure WALHI continues to maintain the funding and community support it requires. Other responsibilities may include:
- Policy analysis;
- Public organisation;
- Library management.
Monday to Friday, 09.00 – 16.00.
Jl. Nyi Pembayun No 14 A, Kotagede