17 February 2022
Money Laundering Crimes: Training for Marine Affairs and Fisheries Ministry’s Investigators

The government and society need reliable investigators to tackle fishing crimes in Indonesian waters. IOJI plays a role and strengthens this reliability through training for investigators from the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries. Fishery crime is a big enemy of the sustainability of Indonesia’s marine and fishery[…]

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12 February 2022
‘Maintaining the Security of Indonesian Seas’ podcast with Susi Pudjiastuti, Editor in Chief of Tempo and Indonesian Ambassador to Germany

The Natuna Sea is frequently visited by military ships from the United States and China, in line with tensions between the two countries in the South China Sea. This condition often prevents the government from managing living and non-living natural resources in a sustainable and equitable manner. Indonesian[…]

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