Indonesia: Repeal the Omnibus Law on Job Creation, abide to human rights obligations

(Bangkok/Jakarta, 8 October 2020) ‒ The Government of Indonesia should ensure the protection of peaceful assembly and freedom of expression and halt law enforcement from using excessive force at protests against the recently passed Omnibus Law, said the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development and eight of its member organisations in Indonesia. FORUM-ASIA’s members […]

Stay-behind Children in Myanmar, the Philippines and Indonesia: A Human Rights Perspective

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve eventually completed our baseline study. This study looks at the well-being of children of migrant workers, particularly those who stay behind in countries of origin or are unable to join their migrant parents as a result of selective labor migration regimes. Zooming in on the experiences of stay-behind children […]

Siaran Pers Bersama Koalisi Masyarakat Sipil Pemantau RANHAM

RENCANA AKSI HAM MINIM PARTISIPASI DAN MASIH MENGABAIKAN SEJUMLAH HAK FUNDAMENTAL Sejak tahun 1998, Rencana Aksi Nasional Hak Asasi Manusia (RANHAM) menjadi salah satu kerangka kebijakan nasional yang diharapkan dapat memberikan dampak terhadap perbaikan kualitas penegakan hak asasi manusia di Indonesia. Pengesahan RANHAM yang seturut dengan periode pembangunan jangka menengah nasional setiap lima tahun sekali merupakan […]