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Resource Links

This page is intended to provide links to relevant sources of information concerning the human rights-situation in Indonesia; as well as on Indonesian society and politics in general.

 

UN REPORTING AND TREATY RATIFICATION

Overview of reporting to UN treaty bodies

Contains the official state reports, alternative 'shadow reports', list of issues and responses by Indonesia, for all the Human Rights treaties that Indonesia are part to.

Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights’ Indonesia-page

Contains information on ratification and reporting status, as well as reports from UN special procedures and UN treaty bodies, and more.

Universal Periodic Review – 2nd cycle (2012)

The Universal Periodic Review is a unique process which provides the opportunity for states to declare what actions they have taken to improve the human rights situations in their countries. Alternative reporting is submitted by NGOs and civil society actors. See the national report, UN compilation of information, stakeholders' information and report of the working group.

Bayefsky.com's Indonesia-page 

Contains an overview over human rights treaty ratification, submitted state reports

 

 

INDONESIAN HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATIONS - GENERAL

KontraS (the Commission for 'the disappeared' and victims of violence)

Legal Aid Foundation

Human Rights Working Group (NGO coalition for International human rights advocacy)

ELSAM (Institute for policy research and advocacy)

 

 

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATIONS - GENERAL

International Crisis Group  (analysis and policy recommendations)

The Asia Foundation

TAPOL (UK-based NGO focusing on human rights in Indonesia)

Human Rights Watch' Indonesia-page

Amnesty International's Indonesia-page

Business & Human Rights' Indonesia-page

 

 

 

FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF

Setara – Institute for Democracy and Peace

One of Indonesia’s leading advocates for religious freedom. Much, but not all, of the information on the website is available in English.

Centre for religious and Cross-cultural studies at the University of Gadjah Mada

A leading research centre on issues of inter-religious relations

 

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S RIGHTS

AMAN – The Indigenous people’s alliance of the archipelago

The Norwegian Rainforest Foundation

Down to Earth 

International Campaign for Ecological Justice in Indonesia – UK based advocacy organisation

 

INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT AND NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Law and Human Rights (in Indonesian)

National Commission on Human Rights

National Commission on Violence Against Women (in Indonesian)

National Judicial Commission

The Indonesian Supreme Court (In Indonesian)

The Attorney General's Office (in Indonesian)

The Constitutional Court

The Indonesian Army

 

ENLIGSH - LANGUAGE NEWSPAPERS AND JOURNALS

Jakarta Post (daily newspaper)

Kompas' English pages (daily newspaper)

Tempo (daily newspaper & weekly magazine)

Indonesia Matters (website with main focus on politics, culture, religion and religious freedom issues)

Inside Indonesia (quarterly online-journal)

The Jakarta Globe (daily newspaper)

 

 

ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS

Australian National University

Van Vollenhoven Institute at the University of Leiden

The 'Indonesia Journal' at Cornell University

The Centre for Human Rights Studies at the Islamic University of Indonesia (mostly in Indonesian)

 

MICELLANEOUS

Working group for an Asean Human Rights Mechanism

PHSK (Center for Indonesian Law & Policy Studies)

Royal Norwegian Embassy in Jakarta

International Crisis Group  (analysis and policy recommendations)

Business & Human Rights' Indonesia-page

FRR Law office

Please note: The Indonesia Programme is not responsible for the content of external web pages. Neither should the viewpoints expressed in these be seen as representing those of the Indonesia Programme or its staff.

Published May 19, 2010 03:36 PM - Last modified Apr 1, 2014 03:46 PM