The Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights (JSEAHR) explores human rights realities in South East Asian region from various perspectives. The Journal welcomes empirical, multi-disciplinary, and doctrinal approaches to explore the historical and recent situation of human rights in South East Asia. The combination of editorial board members from Southeast Asia, Europe, and Japan creates a unique forum for Southeast Asian and other scholars to exchange ideas of interest in human rights issues in the region.
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ISSN: 2355-4673 (Print) 2621-3710 (Online)
LENTERA HUKUM is a triannual peer-reviewed open access academic journal which is dedicated to publishing high-quality scholarly works on all disciplines of law, including cross-disciplinary legal studies. The objective of the Journal is to provide a leading forum for the enhancement of communication between researchers and policymakers on the recent development of law. It accommodates important critiques of legislative outputs, policies, judicial cases, institutions, and negotiations and contributes modestly to promote the development of the newly cultivated research fields related to legal issues.
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