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  • Organisation

    PUKAT UGM is a research institute in the field of law and anti-corruption. The issues encompass governance, democratization, community legal empowerment, law enforcement, prevention of corruption in local governments and regulations on anti-corruption issues.

    The main programs of this organization are:
    1. Research. Pukat has conducted academic and advocacy research on legal and anti-corruption issues. Academic research is exemplified by research conducted by FH UGM. Advocacy research, for instance, is related to Government Regulation Number 37 of 2005. Additionally, Pukat conducted research the potency of corruption in the distribution of social aid fund for PWD.
    2. Community services. Pukat organized several activities, including capacity building for village communities in village financial management in Wonokerto, Sleman, and Poncosari, Bantul.Moreover, Pukatcollaborated with local governments of Magelang,Morowali, Bulungan and Sawahlunto in formulating Action Plan forthe Prevention and the Eradication of Corruption.
    3. Education. Pukat monitored trials inSamarinda, Pekanbaru, Kebumen, Mataram, Purworejo, Surabaya andseveral other cities. Pukatalso established thenetwork of centres for anti-corruption studies with 31 institutions through Anti-Corruption Summit.

    Pukat is different from non-governmental organizations due to the fact that it is under a university. Pukat is supported by human resources from academicians and students.

    • Organisation

      PUKAT UGM is a research institute in the field of law and anti-corruption. The issues encompass governance, democratization, community legal empowerment, law enforcement, prevention of corruption in local governments and regulations on anti-corruption issues.

      The main programs of this organization are:
      1. Research. Pukat has conducted academic and advocacy research on legal and anti-corruption issues. Academic research is exemplified by research conducted by FH UGM. Advocacy research, for instance, is related to Government Regulation Number 37 of 2005. Additionally, Pukat conducted research the potency of corruption in the distribution of social aid fund for PWD.
      2. Community services. Pukat organized several activities, including capacity building for village communities in village financial management in Wonokerto, Sleman, and Poncosari, Bantul.Moreover, Pukatcollaborated with local governments of Magelang,Morowali, Bulungan and Sawahlunto in formulating Action Plan forthe Prevention and the Eradication of Corruption.
      3. Education. Pukat monitored trials inSamarinda, Pekanbaru, Kebumen, Mataram, Purworejo, Surabaya andseveral other cities. Pukatalso established thenetwork of centres for anti-corruption studies with 31 institutions through Anti-Corruption Summit.

      Pukat is different from non-governmental organizations due to the fact that it is under a university. Pukat is supported by human resources from academicians and students.

    • Project

      Indonesia has a strong legal basis in ensuring the fulfillment of the rights of Persons with Disabilities (PWD), namely Law Number 8 of 2016 regarding Persons with Disabilities and Government Regulation (PP) Number 39/2020 regarding Decent Accommodation for Persons with Disabilities in Judicial Processes. Those laws give a mandate to each law enforcement institution also national and local governance to establish and develop appropriate examination standards for PWD in accordance with their respective authorities.

      Based on experiences that have occurred in several regions, namely West Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, and Central Java, it can be seen that local governance and law enforcement institutions do not yet have policies/regulations governing appropriate examination standards PWD in conflict with the law. In addition, it also indicates the importance of the collaboration between relevant stakeholders, whether government, law enforcement, or other agencies/organizations related to disabilities.

      This project aims to deepen and expand the previous projects. The study was carried out to continue policy advocacy at the Supreme Court level to provide decent accommodation for people with disabilities (PWD) in accessing justice. In addition, the studywas also carried out to assist the collaboration of PWD Organization, Local Government, and Law Enforcement in West Nusa Tenggara in formulating legal aid policies and an integratedservice system for PWD who need access to justice.

      Meanwhile, the expansion of this project is carried out to encourage policies in the Indonesian Attorney General’s Office and the Indonesian National Police, as well as to implement best practices in other locations, namely West Java, East Java and East Nusa Tenggara. Withpractical experience and the book “Disabilities in Conflict with the Law: Regulatory Analysis, Judicial Practices, and Legal Aid” that has been compiled in the previous project, we will influence local government policies and law enforcement institutionsand strengthen the capacity and network of PWD Organizations so that access justice will be more inclusive for all.

  • Project

    Indonesia has a strong legal basis in ensuring the fulfillment of the rights of Persons with Disabilities (PWD), namely Law Number 8 of 2016 regarding Persons with Disabilities and Government Regulation (PP) Number 39/2020 regarding Decent Accommodation for Persons with Disabilities in Judicial Processes. Those laws give a mandate to each law enforcement institution also national and local governance to establish and develop appropriate examination standards for PWD in accordance with their respective authorities.

    Based on experiences that have occurred in several regions, namely West Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, and Central Java, it can be seen that local governance and law enforcement institutions do not yet have policies/regulations governing appropriate examination standards PWD in conflict with the law. In addition, it also indicates the importance of the collaboration between relevant stakeholders, whether government, law enforcement, or other agencies/organizations related to disabilities.

    This project aims to deepen and expand the previous projects. The study was carried out to continue policy advocacy at the Supreme Court level to provide decent accommodation for people with disabilities (PWD) in accessing justice. In addition, the studywas also carried out to assist the collaboration of PWD Organization, Local Government, and Law Enforcement in West Nusa Tenggara in formulating legal aid policies and an integratedservice system for PWD who need access to justice.

    Meanwhile, the expansion of this project is carried out to encourage policies in the Indonesian Attorney General’s Office and the Indonesian National Police, as well as to implement best practices in other locations, namely West Java, East Java and East Nusa Tenggara. Withpractical experience and the book “Disabilities in Conflict with the Law: Regulatory Analysis, Judicial Practices, and Legal Aid” that has been compiled in the previous project, we will influence local government policies and law enforcement institutionsand strengthen the capacity and network of PWD Organizations so that access justice will be more inclusive for all.

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