Executive Director, Indonesia Network for Investigative Journalism (JARING)
Eni Mulia is the founder and Executive Director of the Indonesian Association for Media Development (Perhimpunan Pengembangan Media Nusantara, PPMN), and has headed this non-profit organization since its inception in 2006, prior to which she worked as an award winning radio journalist and editor for more than seven years. Her radio news feature as a reporter of KBR Indonesia’s independent radio news agency about Indonesia’s first election after the fall of authoritarian regime won a Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Award in 1999. Her leadership skills and professionalism have enabled PPMN to grow rapidly from an untested non-profit into one of the country’s most productive media development organizations that has provided training to more than 2,000 media professionals in Indonesia and other countries in the region. Under her leadership PPMN is pioneering and leading Asia Calling Network. Founded in 2010, it consists of a number of independent media organizations in South East and South Asia. She has facilitated networking, collaboration and sharing experiences and knowledge amongst its members in the region. In September 2015, together with some of Indonesia’s investigative journalists supported by media and CSO friends and colleagues, she launched Indonesia’s first Network for Investigative Journalism, JARING. This continues her work since 2007 to empower Indonesian journalists in producing investigative reports. JARING has pioneered non-profit media work in the country and supported investigative journalism training and fellowships on issues ranging from data journalism in reporting on local elections to deforestation and human trafficking. Features and reporting resulting from these activities have reached millions of Indonesians and spurred action by government officials.
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