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 the EU-Indonesia Civil Society Seminar Forum on 7 November 2019: Access to justice and penal policy; Rights of minorities/vulnerable groups and non-discrimination; Freedom of Expression or Assembly.

They key issues and recommendations contained in this policy brief are not exhaustive but represent some of the most urgent pressing human rights issues relating to penal reform in Indonesia

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