Indonesia: Government should immediately establish moratorium after maladministration surrounding execution

The undersigned organizations urge the government of Indonesia to establish an official moratorium on all executions and review all death penalty cases with a view to the commutation of their sentences, as immediate first steps towards abolition of the death

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ICJR Sent Amicus Curiae Brief for Baiq Nuril Maknun, a Victim of Sexual Harassment Who Is Accused of Violating Section 27 (1) of the ITE Law

On 17 July 2017, ICJR filed an Amicus Curiae brief to the Mataram District Court for the case of Baiq Nuril Maknun with case register number: 265/Pid.Sus/2017/PN.Mtr. “Amicus curiae” or “Friends of the Court” is a practice derived from the

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ICJR: There Is No Need To Continue the Legal Process of Kaesang Pangarep’s Case

Processing a case like this will give an assumption that all forms of criticism and expression could be considered as hate speech and should be processed by law. Kaesang Pangarep was reported to the Police on 2 July 2017 by

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The Case of Prison Escape is the Result of Exceeding Capacity of Correctional Institutions

According to ICJR’s record, until 20 June 2017 there were no less than 26 cases of prison escape in Indonesia’s correctional institutions. The government should make a serious evaluation of the criminal policy in Indonesia. The media report was again

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Koalisi 18+ Calls the Government of Indonesia to Co-Sponsor the UN Resolution Related to Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Humanitarian Settings

Today on the 5th of July 2017, Koalisi 18+ has formally sent a letter to the Indonesian government to co-sponsor the UN Human Rights Council Resolution No. A/HRC/35/L.26 related to Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Humanitarian Settings as a

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Indonesia Must Prepare a Monitoring Mechanism, to Balance the Detention Duration in the Anti-Terrorism Bill

The government and the House of Representatives reportedly have agreed on the duration of detention in the Anti-Terrorism Bill that would be in total 760 days, the detention duration is not part of the arrest duration that has been recently

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The Finding of Some Luxury Cells in Cipinang Correctional Institution: a Wrongdoing that Damage the Reputation of the Correctional Institution Systems

ICJR is deeply concerned over the finding of special treatments of some inmates in the form of providing special facilities for certain inmates in the Cipinang Correctional Institution. This is clearly a humiliating event that adds a long list of

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ICJR Criticized the Closed-Door Discussion of the Detention Duration in the Anti-Terrorism Bill

“ICJR considers that there is no strong enough reason to cover the discussion of the durationĀ of detention in the Anti-Terrorism Bill” The discussion of the Anti-Terrorism Bill on 14 June 14 2017 went closed-door in the House of Representatives. The

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The Wording of Crimes against Humanity and Crime of Genocide in the Penal Code Bill Could Weaken the Law Enforcement

The current discussion of the Penal Code Bill is almost finished based on the Working Committee of the Penal Code Bill’s meeting result on 13 June 2017. The Working Committee ordered ‘Tim Perumus’ (Persons in charge to catalogue the provisions/chapters/articles

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The Constitutional Court Must Carefully Examine the Articles of Anti-Corporal Punishment of Children

ICJR is concerned about the violence against teachers that took place, but also assesses that the petition for Judicial Review of the Law No.35 of 2014 on Child Protection in the Constitutional Court has the potential to eliminate child protection

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