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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A Game of Fate: Report on Indonesia Death Penalty Policy in 2019

The pathway to the abolition of the death penalty found a way in the 2015 Draft Bill, which stipulates that death penalty as a punishment in a special manner shall be applied alternatively in court sentencing. The 2015 Draft Bill

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ICJR Policy Brief: EU – Indonesia Human Rights Dialogue

Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) established in 2007 is an independent research institution focusing on criminal law reform, criminal justice system reform, and legal reform in general in Indonesia. ICJR has conducted three major programs: research and advocacy, training,

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ICJR & PRI Policy Brief: EU – Indonesia Human Rights Dialogue

In this policy briefing the Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR)[1] and Penal Reform International (PRI)[2] detail key concerns on the interlinking issues on the agenda for the European Union-Indonesia Human Rights Dialogue in Brussels on 8 November 2019, and

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Indonesian Harm Drug Policy: When Women Left Behind

ICJR once again reminds the Indonesian government of the importance of reforming drug policy in Indonesia. The existing drug policy is merely focusing on criminalization and have already taken too many victims, especially member of vulnerable groups such as women.

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ICLU: Women Behind Bars in Indonesia

This edition of ICLU discusses the regulation in Indonesia regarding the rights of women in prison. Even though the number of imprisoned women in Indonesia is much less than men, women are naturally require different treatment. Based on the available

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Strategies to Reduce Overcrowding in Indonesia: Causes, Impacts, and Solutions

In the formation of law, the purpose of the State should be the main reference for lawmakers to think about. The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia specifies four purposes of the State, i.e., to protect all the people

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Following Siti Aisyah’s Release, Indonesian Government Should Avoid Double Standard on Fair Trial and Death Penalty

ICJR appreciates the efforts of the Indonesian Government to ensure the fulfilment of fair trial rights on Siti Aisyah’s case during the trial abroad so that she can totally avoid capital punishment. With regards to this issue, ICJR encourages the

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