The Overlooked – She in Vortex of Death Penalty

It seems that the struggle to end the death penalty in Indonesia is still going to be a long way. However, we must continue to tirelessly be calling for the abolition of this punishment which is contrary to just and

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Addressing Gender Inequalities in the Criminal Justice System

ICJR bekerja sama dengan Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) dalam program Virtual Professional Practicum. Dalam program ini, Gabriella Morgan berhasil mengeluarkan sebuah laporan temuan-temuan perihal garis tengah antara kesetaraan gender dalam sistem peradilan pidana. Laporan ini bertujuan untuk

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COVID-19 and Fair Trial Principles in Australia Criminal Proceedings

Penelitian ini mengenai dampak Covid-19 di dalam penegakkan prinsip proses peradilan yang adil (fair trial) di Australia. Dibagi menjadi empat bagian secara komprehensif membahas bagaimana negara Australia beradaptasi terhadap tantangan dan hambatan yang ada hingga ke pendekatan berbasis teknologi demi

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Indonesia Death Penalty Report 2020: Taking Lives During Pandemic

In the period March 2020 to October 2020, during the pandemic, there were at least 87 death penalty cases with 106 defendants, this is an increase compared to the same period from March 2019 to October 2019, with 48 death

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Death Row Phenomenon in Indonesia

To push the belief of “death penalty is torture” be adopted as an international norm so that it should be abolished, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment (2010 – 2016), Juan Mendez,

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Getting to Good Human Trafficking Data: A Workbook and Field Guide for Indonesian Civil Society

Human trafficking is a gross human rights violation that requires multifaceted and systemic interventions to combat. People of all ages are exploited into forced labour and commercial sex in each of the 34 provinces of Indonesia, which is a major

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ICJR Submission on the Death Penalty in Indonesia to The CEDAW committee

Indonesia fails to uphold its obligations under the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in the implementation of death penalty. Full report here

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ICJR, Harm Reduction International, and LBHM Submission to the Committee of Civil and Political Rights

ICJR, Harm Reduction International, dan LBHM menyambut baik kesempatan pelaporan kepada Komite Hak Asasi Manusia berkaitan dengan adopsi List of Issues Prior to Reporting (LOIPR), pada Sesi ke-129. Dalam laporan ini, ICJR, Harm Reduction International, dan LBHM akan memberikan gambaran

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Enforcing Article on the Defamation of the President, Police sets their face against Constitutional Court’s Decision

The Covid-19 pandemic was used as a moment by law enforcement officials to silently suppress the freedom of expression by enforcing the provisions contained in the EIT Law and the Penal Code. The ICJR expressly condemned these actions and called

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Alternatives to Imprisonment: Provision, Implementation, and Projection of Alternatives to Imprisonment in Indonesia

In the Indonesian context, the design and implementation of criminal law is very closely related to prison sentence. In the public as well as legal academic discourses, prison sentence is always linked to deterring – primarily – criminal offenders. Prison

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