|INDONESIA: Open letter to the newly appointed Constitutional Court Judge, the Honourable Arief Hidayat|
|INDONESIA: Court's judgment on Intelligent Law reflects the state's adherence to the rule by law|
|INDONESIA: Let the voices of Papua be heard|
|INDONESIA: MIFEE: The stealthy face of conflict in West Papua|
|INDONESIA: Defending the right of Christians to freedom of religion|
|INDONESIA: No justice for victims of Semanggi I tragedy 13 years on|
|INDONESIA: The content of the sharia district regulation must be amended|
|INDONESIA: Implementation of sharia law in Aceh still too sensitive an issue to be adequately addressed|
|INDONESIA: Ahmadiyah community faces ongoing discrimination|
|INDONESIA: Kimaam Island -- Rich but Poor - Wensislaus Fatubun|
Alex Mahuze is a Malind tribesman and a sago farmer in Merauke. His clan has for generations lived in harmony with nature. The arrival of the Merauke Integrated Food and Energy Estate (MIFEE) program has forced him to earn money through other means, which ironically harms the environment. He lost his lands and his culture is threatened, but Alex fights on.
ALRC Submissions to the Human Rights Council:
The practice of torture in Indonesia is already institutionalised. The practice of torture is deeply rooted because the police see it as a 'source of income', in a form of bribery when committing torture. Accordingly, this becomes an incentive to conduct torture for police officers with relatively low salaries. Form the legal point of view, the perpetrator should have been punished. However, punishment of the perpetrators is difficult as the victims are reluctant to file complaints and refuse to voice their sufferings. This whole situation makes the struggle to eliminate torture is even harder.
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|The State of Human Rights in Indonesia in the years:
2011(English, Bahasa Indonesian), 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005
The Report portrays the bleak reality of the abuse of civil and political rights, as well as economic, social and cultural rights in Papua in 2010 and 2011. The aim of the Report is to raise awareness of the human rights situation in Papua and to create in Papua a 'land of peace'.