Indonesia is the First Country in the World to Achieve a FLEGT License

Indonesia is the First Country in the World to Achieve a FLEGT License

National Celebration The launch of the Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade (FLEGT) license was held in Jakarta, November 24, 2016. This celebration is something that has been long awaited, after going through a 9-year process of Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA). FLEGT VPA between Indonesia and the European Union has arrived in 2013 and its ...
JPIK Shares Experience with Myanmar CSOs

JPIK Shares Experience with Myanmar CSOs

Today, Independent Forestry Monitoring Network (JPIK), Friday (11/11/2016), meets Myanmar CSOs who are conducting a study tour in Indonesia regarding SVLK implementation in Indonesia. The meeting with JPIK was held at Sahira Butik Hotel, Jl. Paledang Bogor is intended to share learning about independent forestry monitors in Indonesia regarding their role in the FLEGT VPA ...
ARTICLE WRITING COMPETITION

ARTICLE WRITING COMPETITION

The Independent Forest Monitoring Network (JPIK) is an independent network established on September 23, 2010 by 29 NGOs from Aceh to Papua. Since 2014, JPIK regularly publishes the newsletter every 6 months. This newsletter is one of the forums to provide information about JPIK’s work and current conditions related to forestry conditions in Indonesia, especially ...
Seminar and Exhibition of Independent Forestry Monitors Supporting Responsible and Sustainable

Seminar and Exhibition of Independent Forestry Monitors Supporting Responsible and Sustainable

Forest management in Indonesia is undeniable in the spotlight of various parties from the local, national and global levels. There are several crucial and fundamental issues that have become the problem of forest management in Indonesia. Weak law enforcement, forest management institutional capacity at a weak site level, overlapping policies to tenure problems give birth ...
National Meeting of the Independent Forestry Monitoring Network

National Meeting of the Independent Forestry Monitoring Network

The Timber Legality Verification System (SVLK) that has been developed since 2003 through a multistakeholder process aims to ensure that timber and wood products in Indonesia come from verifiable legal sources. In addition, SVLK is also a tool for promoting legal timber to deal with illegal logging, which is also central to the partnership agreement ...
Increasing the Capacity of JPIK Members as Trainers in the FLEGT SVLK and Licensing and Monitoring

Increasing the Capacity of JPIK Members as Trainers in the FLEGT SVLK and Licensing and Monitoring

The implementation of the Timber Legality Verification System in Indonesia has gone through a long journey and is expected to be fully implemented without exception. SVLK is a system built by the Indonesian government involving multi-parties as an effort to provide certainty that wood products and raw materials are obtained from sources whose origins and ...