IRI Indonesia meets with Muhammadiyah’s TV network to amplify its messaging on forests

IRI Indonesia, the Muhammadiyah Environment Council and the Muhammadiyah online TV network  (TVMU) met recently to discuss IRI Indonesia’s upcoming activities and programs and how to collaborate on expanding the reach and impact of messaging on the moral imperative of protecting the country’s forests and defending the rights of indigenous peoples. IRI Indonesia presented their program, including training for religious leaders on rainforest issues and public outreach and engagement campaigns.  Agreement was reached to work together to share IRI Indonesia materials and message with TVMU’s audience and networks. Gatot Supangkatm, Director at Majelis Lingkungan Hidup (Environmental Assembly) and member of the IRI Indonesia Advisory Council also discussed possible joint partnerships to increase IRI Indonesia’s presence online and on social media, especially through religious channels like TVMU.