Kurniawan, who commonly goes by Wawan, comes to Namati with years of experience in research and advocacy on land conflicts, environmental impacts, and state institutions for natural resource management. He previously worked for WALHI as Deputy Director of the South Sulawesi office, until he later became their Campaign Manager in Jakarta. During this time, he also worked as a Co-Coordinator of the Food Sovereignty Program of the Friends of the Earth – Asia Pacific.
Wawan holds a bachelor’s degree in English Education from the State University of Makassar, and a master’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of Hasanuddin. He is currently based in Jakarta where he coordinates the WALHI-Namati Paralegal Project in Central Kalimantan. In his free time, he enjoys watching movies and drinking coffee.
Namati’s Environmental Justice Program works in collaboration with the Centre for Policy Research.
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