IOJI works as an independent think tank and influential ocean justice policy advocacy group, to support Indonesia in achieving sustainable and equitable ocean governance, with the objective to:

  • Support the government of Indonesia in mainstreaming, implementing, and enforcing sustainable and equitable ocean governance.
  • Advocate for sustainable and equitable ocean policies at local, national, regional, and international levels.
  • Strengthen the network with government, academia, and civil societies at the national, regional, and international levels working on ocean issues to influence the decision-making process at every level of government to attain good and sustainable, and equitable ocean governance.
  • Empower the small-scale fishermen, marginalized coastal-dependent people, and fisheries workers in defending and striving for their basic human rights.

The Founders

IOJI is established by a group of passionate ocean, sustainable development, and rule of law advocates from a wide variety of backgrounds and generations.

Hassan Wirajuda

Todung Mulya Lubis

Mas Achmad Santosa

Yunus Husein

Arif Havas Oegroseno

Laode M. Syarif

Josi Khatarina

Aldilla Stephanie Suwana

Fadilla Octaviani

Aditya Salim

Stephanie Juwana

The Executives

Mas Achmad Santosa

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Fadilla Octaviani

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Stephanie Juwana

Program Director

Grace Binowo

Program Director

Elis Nurhayati

Communication Director


Aditya Salim

Dian Sardini

Gabriella Gianova

Gridanya Mega

Kuntoro Adi Sutikno

Annisa Yusha

Jeremia Humolong

Imam Prakoso

Karenina Lasrindy

Andi Lolo

Harish Makarim

M. Salachuddin

Rahayu Setianingrum

Amadeus Rembrandt