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  • Organisation

    The Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) has a strong focus on criminal policy-related advocacy. We have been involved in strategic collaboration works with a number of state institutions, media, as well as other alliances. ICJR commits to support measures in realizing the reformation of the law and criminal justice system towards a democratic direction, one of the crucial issues faced by Indonesia during the current transition era. ICJR was formed with an exclusive mission to support collective actions in honouring the Rule of Law and realizing a criminal justice system with a strong human rights protection character. In relation to the advocacy of the Bill of Penal Code (RKUHP), in 2015, ICJR was appointed as the coordinator of the National Alliance for Penal Code Reform. An alliance consisting of more than 40 civil societies both in national and local level to support the advocacy of the new bill of penal code. As a significant role, the alliance successfully prepared a List of Problems (DIM) which arises from the Bill. Later the list was 90% adopted by political parties as the list of problems that are discussed throughout the deliberation period at the house since 2015.

    • Organisation

      The Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) has a strong focus on criminal policy-related advocacy. We have been involved in strategic collaboration works with a number of state institutions, media, as well as other alliances. ICJR commits to support measures in realizing the reformation of the law and criminal justice system towards a democratic direction, one of the crucial issues faced by Indonesia during the current transition era. ICJR was formed with an exclusive mission to support collective actions in honouring the Rule of Law and realizing a criminal justice system with a strong human rights protection character. In relation to the advocacy of the Bill of Penal Code (RKUHP), in 2015, ICJR was appointed as the coordinator of the National Alliance for Penal Code Reform. An alliance consisting of more than 40 civil societies both in national and local level to support the advocacy of the new bill of penal code. As a significant role, the alliance successfully prepared a List of Problems (DIM) which arises from the Bill. Later the list was 90% adopted by political parties as the list of problems that are discussed throughout the deliberation period at the house since 2015.

    • Project

      The postponement of the passing of the Penal Code Bill / Rancangan KUHP (RKUHP) is a strategy to ensure that the discussion on the RKUHP is carried out inclusively. The National Alliance for Penal Code Reform (The National Alliance) which consists of 40 civil society organizations must take this role to continue what has been done. Previously, the national alliance has succeeded in leading the RKUHP advocacy with remarkable achievements. However, the RKUHP still contains problematic formulations that lead to overcriminalisation and discrimination.

      One major evaluation point of RKUHP is the discussion around the inclusion of the entire process. RKUHP was dominated by ‘masculine’ criminal law experts with no other perspective but criminal law. This project ensures that the upcoming discussion of RKUHP is inclusive by more participation from civil societies.

  • Project

    The postponement of the passing of the Penal Code Bill / Rancangan KUHP (RKUHP) is a strategy to ensure that the discussion on the RKUHP is carried out inclusively. The National Alliance for Penal Code Reform (The National Alliance) which consists of 40 civil society organizations must take this role to continue what has been done. Previously, the national alliance has succeeded in leading the RKUHP advocacy with remarkable achievements. However, the RKUHP still contains problematic formulations that lead to overcriminalisation and discrimination.

    One major evaluation point of RKUHP is the discussion around the inclusion of the entire process. RKUHP was dominated by ‘masculine’ criminal law experts with no other perspective but criminal law. This project ensures that the upcoming discussion of RKUHP is inclusive by more participation from civil societies.

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