3 edition of Access to justice in Aceh found in the catalog.
Access to justice in Aceh
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-186).
|Contributions||United Nations Development Programme., Indonesia. Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||2007319290|
saw the end of more than 30 years of armed conflict in Aceh. Through first-hand accounts of the region’s peace process, this Accord analyses what led to the peace agreement and how it has been put into practice. It includes interviews with the mediators and negotiators and examines the ongoing challenges for Aceh’s future. Two young gay men, who were the first people to be convicted of homosexuality in Indonesia, are sentenced to receive 85 cane strokes by a religious court in the province of Aceh. In , Aceh revolted once again, declaring itself independent and marking the beginning of an era of oppression by the Indonesian regime. Throughout its history, Aceh's aspirations for self-determination and autonomy have continually been repressed. It is easy to understand why the Indonesian nation-state has denied Aceh independence. Aceh’s three-decade struggle for an independent nation came to an abrupt close 10 years ago in August, when leaders of the Free Aceh Movement (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka, or GAM) signed an agreement ending the conflict and paving the way for an autonomous region .
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This digital collection offers full-text access to more than publications on Aceh, the province located at the northern end of the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The books form part of the collection of the Royal Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV) in Leiden which is kept at the Leiden University Library.
Indonesia registers only 17 percent of its vulnerable population with access to legal service while the poorer provinces throughout the Eastern part of the country has only as low as 10 percent of capacity in bringing cases to court.
For the most part, this issue was caused by limited income of the communities that has hindered the access to pursue legal action through the formal justice system.
ACCESS TO JUSTICE: EMPOWERING FEMALE HEADS OF HOUSEHOLD IN INDONESIA Case Studies in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, West Java, West Kalimantan, and East Nusa Tenggara / Akhmadi et al. -- Jakarta: Lembaga Penelitian SMERU, xiii, 66 p. ; 30 cm. -- (Laporan Penelitian SMERU, October ) ISBN: 1.
A Framework for Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia Published by Guset User, Description: A Framework for Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia informal justice systems, and the ability to seek and exercise influence on law-making and law.
Foreword 03 Acknowledgements 04 Table of Contents 05 Table of Figures 07 Executive Summary 11 Glossary 17 Chapter 1 - Introduction 21 Access to Justice in Aceh 23 Prior Needs Assessments 25 Rationale and Aims of the Assessment 25 The Access to Justice Framework 26 Chapter 2 - Background 29 History 31 The Tsunami and the Memorandum of Understanding 33 Major.
Aceh (/ ˈ ɑː tʃ eɪ /) is the westernmost province of is located on the northern end of Sumatra, with Banda Aceh being its capital and largest city. Granted a special autonomous status, Aceh is a religiously conservative territory and the only Indonesian province practicing Sharia law officially.
There are ten indigenous ethnic groups in this region, the largest being the Country: Indonesia. "Elizabeth Drexler's sensitive treatment of Aceh's recent history is an invaluable contribution to the debate."—Goenawan Mohamad, author of Conversations with Difference "This book focuses on the legacy of state violence and its effects on truth and justice in a society where there is no possibility of exposing state violence.
The insurgency in Aceh, officially designated the Aceh disturbance (Indonesian: Pemberontakan di Aceh) by the Indonesian government, was a conflict fought by the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) between andwith the goal of making the province of Aceh independent from aftermath of a strong military offensive in and the Indian Ocean earthquake brought a peace Location: Aceh, Indonesia.
justice, truth and reparations for victims of the aceh conflict, ten years on On 15 Augustthe people of Aceh will commemorate the 10 th anniversary of the Helsinki Peace Agreement which was signed by the Indonesian government and the armed pro-independence movement, the Free.
Overview The decision of the Aceh provincial government to adopt the banner of the former rebel Free Aceh Movement (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka, GAM) as its official provincial flag is testing the limits of autonomy, irritating Jakarta, heightening ethnic and political tensions, reviving a campaign for the division of Aceh and raising fears of violence as a national election approaches in Book January In Lessons from Aceh their experiences are used as a case study to illustrate the practical realities of delivering a successful programme and the range of issues that.
Access to justice, security, and human rights protection rank among the core issues that fuel the protracted subnational conflict in southern Thailand and are central to the prospect of its future resolution. For the last decade, the southern border provinces of Yala, Narathiwat, and Pattani have faced a resurgence of an indigenous.
The Sultanate of Aceh, officially the Kingdom of Aceh Darussalam (Acehnese: Keurajeuën Acèh Darussalam; Jawoë: كاورجاون اچيه دارالسلام), was a Sultanate centered in the modern-day Indonesian province of Aceh.
It was a major regional power in the 16th and 17th centuries, before experiencing a Capital: Kutaraja, Bandar Aceh Darussalam (modern. The access to justice activities discussed in this article took place in the context of Indonesia's democratization process.
When in May the Suharto regime in Indonesia collapsed, a new political era emerged in which democratization, decentralization and human rights were considered central to legal change.
During the 32 years of Suharto's. The province of Aceh in Indonesia enforces some provisions of Islamic criminal law, the sole Indonesian province to do so. In Aceh, Islamic criminal law is called jinayat (an Arabic loanword). The laws that implement it are called Qanun Jinayat or Hukum Jinayat, roughly meaning "Islamic criminal code".
Although the largely-secular laws of Indonesia apply in Aceh, the provincial government. A ‘lost decade’ for victims of Indonesia’s Aceh conflict 13 AugustUTC Indonesia is still failing tens of thousands affected by the devastating Aceh conflict, leaving family members and victims in the dark about the fate of loved ones and without justice, truth and full reparation Amnesty International said ahead of the Aceh, a rich province of more than 4 million people, has been wracked for decades by a conflict between Indonesian troops and pro-independence guerrillas from the Free Aceh Movement, known by its.
In order to strengthen the rule of law in Indonesia and ensure that victims and their relatives have access to truth, justice and reparation for crimes committed during the Aceh conflict, Amnesty International recommends that local and central authorities undertake the following steps as a matter of priority.
Two days later, on Jthe Ministry of Justice and Human Rights issued a Ministerial Decree outlining the procedure for access to Aceh by foreigners, including correspondents.
Guideline on Adat Justice in Aceh 1 Acknowledgements These guidelines on Adat Justice in Aceh are based on a large-scale joint research and consultative process carried out in Aceh Province from to The Aceh Adat Council (MAA) and the UNDP Aceh Justice Project are grateful to all the adat leaders who served as resource persons during research and to all parties who have participated.
This report – the Aceh Public Expenditure Analysis (APEA) - is the result of collaborative efforts between the World Bank and four Acehnese universities: Syiah Kuala University and IAIN Ar-Raniry (Banda Aceh), Malikul Saleh University and Politeknik University (Lhokseumawe).File Size: 1MB.
This book is an ethnography of the violence in Aceh between and Elizabeth F. Drexler looks at the conflict through snapshots, which she uses to unravel the shifting dynamics. Her analysis begins with her meeting the commander of the armed wing of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM), Abdullah Syafii, in Author: Kirsten E.
Schulze. This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the history and dynamics of Aceh¿s abortive peace process conducted between the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) and the Indonesian government. After surveying the origins and progress of the negotiations, the paper examines the roles played by the main players, the problems encountered along the way, and the achievements that were registered.
"This book focuses on the legacy of state violence and its effects on truth and justice in a society where there is no possibility of exposing state violence The primary story that Drexler relates so well is important well beyond the territory of by: A Framework for Strengthening Access to Justice in Indonesia informal justice systems, and the ability to seek and exercise influence on law-making and law-implementing processes and institutions.2 The definition is broad and holistic, encompassing the legal framework, institutions and legal Size: KB.
The process of post-tsunami recovery and reconstruction in Aceh will take considerable time and is not easy.
This book is an attempt at providing helpful background information on Acehnese history, politics and culture, which would benefit expatriate aid workers as well as foreign and domestic scholars in their dealings with the people of Aceh.
Amnesties, Accountability, and Human Rights examines why and how amnesties persist in the face of mounting pressure to prosecute the perpetrators of human rights violations. Drawing on more than amnesties instituted between andRenée Jeffery maps out significant trends in the use of amnesty and offers a historical account of how.
Access to justice in the Indonesian context refers to the circumstances and processes whereby the State guarantees the fulfilment of fundamental rights based on the Constitution and universal principles of human rights, and the ability of all citizens (claims holders) to know, understand, be aware of and make use of these basic rights, through.
From the author of the acclaimed A Dirty Little War comes this vivid, eyewitness account of Indonesia's secret war in Aceh. I couldn't stop thinking about how my reports from inside Aceh - of the still unconfirmed mass graves, the executions, the air attacks against civilians - 5/5(2).
The new, recently elected governor of Aceh, Irwandi Yusuf, has said that he would put an end to the public canings. Not due to concerns about human rights, but because it’s creating a PR problem for Indonesia that’s affecting the country’s ability to attract foreign investment.
Indonesia tightens access to Aceh The devastation wreaked on Aceh's coast by the Dec. 26 tsunami was so great that Indonesia's fears of foreign intervention in the war-torn province were. Explore Aceh holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Sumatra's northernmost province, Aceh is both a fiercely proud and prosperous region.
It's blessed with rainforests that feature incredible biodiversity, as well as pristine islands popular with beachgoers, divers and surfers alike. This book is the first English translation of the original text Atjeh Sepintas Lalu published in in Bahasa Indonesia by one of Indonesia’s leading lawyers, writers, and political figures, examining the history of the continuously turbulent Aceh.
The book describes the legal and political situation in Aceh between andconsidering the events and incidents that related to the.
heads. In the area of adat justice, Aceh is also noted to be a model for other provinces on how adat justice mechanisms can complement the function of formal justice in providing access to justice, especially for the poor, vulnerable and marginalised.
(Baddruzzaman Ismail,p. 24). I went to Aceh, Indonesia, for the first time when I was a PhD student. I was looking at the way in which a programme of Islamisation of the law was being introduced by the government (by incorporating certain aspects of sharia religious law into regional regulations, known locally as qanun) and implemented in this many years, travel to this part of Indonesia, which is located at.
The settling of the year Aceh conflict not only transformed former members of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) into administrators, constructing a new circle of elites, but also created. Shariah cops’ lopsided justice is a common refrain among human rights groups.
“Women and the poor have become the primary targets of enforcement” in Aceh, according to the International.
Drawing together several of the world's leading experts on transitional justice with Asia-Pacific regional and country specialists it provides an overview of the processes and practices of transitional justice in the region as well as detailed analysis of the cases of Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Aceh, Indonesia, South Korea, the Solomon Islands and.
Aceh is a province in Northern Sumatra, which, like most of Indonesia, is overwhelmingly Muslim. It has a population of around five million, and a long tradition of resistance to outside powers. Islam likely first entered the Indonesian archipelago through Aceh sometime around the 12th century.
Aid groups are protesting registration demands. The USS Lincoln left Indonesian waters on Wednesday. Indonesia's conservative Aceh province fully enacts a strict Islamic criminal code, local government officials say, criminalising drinking alcohol, adultery, homosexuality, and public displays of.Islamic Law and Criminal Justice in Aceh Crisis Group Asia Report N°, 31 July Page 2 II.
THE SHARI’A DEBATE Three main arguments have been used by Acehnese and non-Acehnese alike to justify granting Aceh, as opposed to other strongly Muslim parts of .With an active marketplace of over million items, use the Alibris Advanced Search Page to find any item you are looking for.
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