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August 25, 2015 The Indonesian justice sector embarked on a comprehensive program of reform after the end of the New Order in 1998. The “one roof” (satu atap) reforms that transferred the administrative responsibilities of the lower courts from the government to the Supreme Court and the establishment of the …

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70 people showed up to hear Dr Laode M. Syarif, Deputy Head of the Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), talk about the human rights implications of natural resource extraction and corruption in Indonesia. Major challenges During his talk, titled “The Real Impact of Natural Resources Corruption on Human Rights” Dr. …

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The Jakarta Post Jakarta | Tue, December 5, 2017 | 08:33 am The Yap Thiam Hien Foundation invited human rights professor Eric Stover of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law to its third human rights lecture at the Jakarta City Hall, Monday evening. The event, opened by the …

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Todung Mulya Lubis, Founder and Senior Partner Lubis Santosa & Maramis A while back, I arbitrated a dispute over mining consessions between an Indonesian company and their foreign counterpart. The foreign firm made major investments to get the concessions. And then after a few years decided to cancel the transaction …

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One Convicted, One Cleared: Signs of Trouble in Indonesia Courts By JOE COCHRANE OCT. 28, 2017   JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s troubled legal system is again coming under scrutiny, after rulings in two high-profile cases that have alarmed both Western expatriates and local organizations that fight corruption in the country’s judiciary. One …

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Transcript 2017 Advancement-Todung Mulya Lubis honored Writer:Andrew Cohen Reviewed by: Craig Lancaster Still to Review: Michael Bazeley Word count: 478 A powerful seed of Indonesia’s human rights movement was planted more than 8,000 miles away, in a Berkeley Law classroom. While studying for his LL.M. degree, Todung Mulya Lubis ’78 …

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