9 Years No Compromise: Impelling the Reform of Indonesian Criminal Justice System

This edition of ICLaD is special, because this edition is released at the same time with the day that ICJR is turning into 9-year old. Throughout the 9 years of existence, ICJR is still constantly striving to push law reform in Indonesia, both criminal law reform and criminal justice system reform.

What was done by ICJR to reform law in Indonesia cannot be separated from numerous cooperation which have been established by ICJR with its partners. This partnership enables ICJR to keep growing and developing into one of the non-governmental organizations in the law sector that earn an extraordinary place in the field of law reform.

The road has been passed and ICJR is not going stop for the better Indonesia.

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