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British Petroleum Indonesia has conducted a range of policies, programs and CSR activities and community development which has a significant impact. For nearly a decade, the society as their beneficiaries, both in DAVs and non-DAVs, have experienced the changes. To determine the direction of these changes, it required a series of socio-economic assessments of social conditions around BP's Indonesian projects in Bintuni Bay Region. In these efforts, CPPS in collaboration with BP Indonesia conducted a series of census and socio-economic surveys in DAVs and Non-Davs in relation to the changes in quality of welfare and public perception of the existence of BP Indonesia. An analysis based on many perspectives and approaches was conducted to produce a comprehensive understanding regarding the condition of the targeted communities. In addition, through this activity BP Indonesia as the owner of the CSR program would be able to find out the deviations, program correctness and also could redirect the program as required.
British Petroleum Indonesia telah melakukan berbagai kebijakan, program dan kegiatan CSR (tanggung jawab sosial perusahaan), dan pengembangan masyarakat yang memiliki dampak yang signifikan. Selama hampir satu dekade, masyarakat sebagai penerima manfaat, baik di wilayah DAV dan non-DAV, telah mengalami perubahan. Untuk menentukan arah perubahan ini, diperlukan serangkaian penilaian sosial-ekonomi terhadap kondisi sosial di wilayah sekitar proyek BP Indonesia di kawasan Teluk Bintuni. Dalam upaya ini, PSKK UGM bekerjasama dengan BP Indonesia melakukan serangkaian sensus dan survei sosial ekonomi di wilayah DAV dan Non-DAV dalam kaitannya dengan perubahan kualitas kesejahteraan, dan persepsi masyarakat tentang keberadaan BP Indonesia. Analisis berdasarkan berbagai perspektif, dan pendekatan dilakukan untuk menghasilkan pemahaman yang komprehensif mengenai kondisi masyarakat sasaran. Selain itu, melalui kegiatan ini BP Indonesia sebagai pemilik program CSR akan dapat mengetahui penyimpangan, ketepatan program, dan juga bisa mengarahkan program yang diperlukan.
ConocoPhillips Indonesia believes that the company's production activities can’t be separated from the lives of the people living around it, not least with the stakeholders. The stakeholder relationship management has become a key focus of attention that is very important in the study and in achieving corporate social responsibility (CSR). Studies have demonstrated that the role of stakeholders in the successful planning and implementation of CSR programs is very large. The engagement process contributes significantly to the success of CSR programs in improving socio-economic conditions of stakeholders. In this context, the Center conducted research to map the stakeholders in Musi Banyuasin, South Sumatera, mainly in areas where the company operates. This research used a qualitative approach namely, an ethnographic approach. An ethnographic approach is considered the right choice because it is able to explain the complexity of the stakeholders and their influence on ConocoPhillips. In addition to providing recommendations on stakeholder involvement in CSR programs that will be developed by the company, the study also seeks to establish the basis for a good relationship between the company and the stakeholders.