Adrian Mulya is a Jakarta-based photographer with interest in human rights. In 2016, he published Winners of Life, a book on female prisoner of conscience post-1965 tragedy in Indonesia. Adrian also worked on a project about gig economy workers, “Serabutan” (Precariats), in July 2021, in collaboration with Artists for Digital Rights Network (A4RDN).
Audience Development Manager
After participating in various labor movements, since 2015 Alfa has been working in the digital media industry. He founded a collective called Amygdala Publicist in 2016 to help promote Indonesian movies in cinemas, on digital platforms and at film festivals.
Alfian started his writing career in 2010 by publishing a hardcore punk zine, before becoming a part of Aspirasi, a university press body at UPN Veteran, Jakarta. Prior to joining Project Multatuli as a journalist, Alfian wrote for Tirto.ID for three years.
Until 2020, Devina worked at The Jakarta Post, writing explainer articles and helping develop its social media presence. She also curated and edited reader submissions for the paper’s “Community” channel. Prior to joining Project Multatuli, Devina worked in communications for non-media organizations. She’s an avid reader who shares her book reviews and recommendations on Instagram @DevinaYo or under #DevinaReads.
Eben holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Multimedia Nusantara University. Prior to joining Project Multatuli as a full-time worker, Eben worked at Narabahasa and at an agency as copywriter.
Administration and Finance
Finished her undergraduate degree in economics at Universitas Advent Indonesia. Worked as Finance and Admin Coordinator at Yayasan Plan International Indonesia on its Disaster Risk Management Program. Works for the Indonesian Data Journalism Network (IDJN) as Finance and Admin Officer.
Irma was a researcher and fact-checker at Tirto.id from 2018 to January 2023 focusing on politics, public policy, misinformation, and the impacts of technology on the society. She’s a volunteer and mentor at Journocoders Indonesia. Since 2021, Irma has been studying at Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany, for a master’s degree in Media and Communication.
Joan is a journalist who falls in love with the production of a video as a host and co-producer. Before joining Project M, Joan was responsible for the production of Newsroom63B at Tirto.id. Her works can be found at Tirto.id, Rest of World, Reporting Asean, and New Naratif.
Former Chief Content Officer at Haluan. A journalist since 2013 at Merdeka.com, Rappler.com, and Tirto.id. The Editorial Manager at the Indonesian Data Journalism Network.
Social Media Manager
Niyani is a copywriter and social media manager with more than 10 years of experience in social media marketing for TV, brands, film, to online news portal. Prior to joining Project M, Niya worked as Social Media Lead Talksport Indonesia at Beritagar.id and Lokadata.id. [email protected]
Nurdiyansah Dalidjo is a queer writer and researcher. He has a master’s degree in tourism management and has over 10 years’ experience in development issues. His latest book, entitled Rumah di Tanah Rempah (Tales from the Spice Islands), explores various intersectional topics about the history and the context of colonialism in Indonesia.
He has covered national issues as a photographer with The Jakarta Post, international issues as an assistant producer with Associated Press Television News, and local issues as a writer with Pikiran Rakyat.
Mala has been a journalist since 2009 and has worked at the Jakarta Globe, Beritagar.id, and BenarNews. Her reporting focuses on human rights, security, the environment, international politics, and macroeconomics. She is also the co-founder of Arungkala, a content and digital enterprise based in Jakarta.
Former reporter at Bloomberg News and The Jakarta Post, where he covered various beats, including energy and mining, macroeconomics, and politics. He wrote a book entitled Cramming Jakarta: The Center and Periphery in Reportage (2015).
Digital Campaign Designer
Zulfikar worked as a graphic designer at Djakarta Magazine. In 2013, he became a freelance designer who was involved in festivals like the Jakarta Biennale (2013, 2015, 2017, 2021), the Jakarta Theater Festival (2016), the Jakarta International Literary Festival (2019), Synchronize Festival (2016, 2017, 2018), and more.