ASEAN Regional Human Rights Mechanism: The Prospect on Establishment of Regional Human Rights Court in ASEAN

Adistra Kusuma Waligalit Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada adisstrakw@gmail.com Abstract Regional human rights mechanism is one of the pillars of human rights protection. Currently, there are five existing regional mechanism for human rights: the European, Inter-American, African, Arab, and ASEAN. The current mechanism in ASEAN is still in developing…

The Legal Protection System of Indigenous Peoples in the Southeast Asia (ASEAN)

Sholahuddin Al-Fatih Graduate School of Government Law, Airlangga University sholahuddin.alfath@gmail.com Zaka Firma Aditya Graduate School of Government Law, Airlangga University zaka.aditya@gmail.com Abstract Globalization has a bad impact for the indigenous peoples in Southeast Asia countries. The demands of globalization has led the governments in Southeast Asia countries to do exploitation…

The Devastation of Natural Economy and Eco-Justice in The Process of Modern Development: A Case Study in Kendeng-Rembang

Ali Ja’far Center for Religious and Cross Cultural Studies (CRCS) UGM, Yogyakarta ali.jafar@mail.ugm.ac.id Abstract Enhancing economic surplus is required for proposing better social well-being. Plenty effort applied for eradicating poverty, enhancing social life and minimizing other social problems. Conventional paradigm about people would get better when economically getting richer was…

Constitutional Debate on Religion and Secularism in Indonesia and India

Muhammad Bahrul Ulum, LL.M. University of Jember, Faculty of Law muhd.bahrul@unej.ac.id Ayuningtyas Saptarini, S,H. Universitas Jember, Faculty of Law ayun.saptarini@gmail.com Abstract This article investigates the origin of the evolution of constitutional debate on religion and secularism in Indonesia and India and provides an account of prospects and challenges on cultural…

Islam Nusantara: Nyuwang Ngaten Tradition Study among Islamic Society Village Dusun Kecincang Bungaya Kangin District Bebandem Karangasem Bali District in View Islamic Law and Customary Law

M. Khoirul Hadi al-Asy ari IAIN Jember, Indonesia arimoh16@gmail.com Abstract The research propose about the marriage tradition that develops in the small settlement in Bali. The research was done at the Kecicang hamlet, Bungaya Kangin Village, Bebandem Distric, Karangasem Regency of Bali. there are three questions that examine in this…

Portraying the Multitudes: Representation of Identities of Sexual Minorities on Indonesia-based Feminist Web Magazine Magdalene.co

Puji Maharani SOAS, University of London, UK 630751@soas.ac.uk Abstract This paper, titled Portraying the Multitudes: Representation of identities of sexual minorities on Indonesia-based feminist web magazine Magdalene.co, aims to interrogate the ways in which the representation of sexual minorities in the media opens a space of resistance against heteronormative public…

A Critique of the Discourse “Defending Islam” by The Islamic Defender Front (FPI, Front Pembela Islam) as Legitimation of Violence in The Name of Islam

Farah Dina Herawati, S.Sos. Young Leaders Indonesia (YLI) farahdinahera@yahoo.co.id Abstract “Defending Islam” always seems to be legitimacy for hard-line muslim such as Islamic Defender Front (FPI, Front Pembela Islam) to commit violances againts minority. From the police report there was at least 40 violances and incidents during 2002-2008. In the…

The Invisible Disability: the Challenge in Getting the Right to Education (A Reflection on Developing Integrated Intervention Model for Deaf Children with Hearing Aids)

Veronica Diana Asmarawardani, M.A. Family Tree’s Research and Development asmarawardani@gmail.com Abstract Born deaf is never been anyone choice. Numbers of deaf children tend to increase annually. Early intervention for deaf children is important. Parent play major role in the early stage. The decision to kind of intervention influences the following…

Impact of Legal Culture on Judges Perception to Promote Gender Equity

Dr. Dewi Astuty Mochtar, Kadek Wiwik Indrayanti Universitas Merdeka Malang astinaagra@yahoo.com Abstract The research entitled analysis of Legal Culture Impact on the Perception of Judges to Manifest Gender Equality at East Java and Bali District Courts will be done within two years. The short term goals (first year) of this…